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GEORGE KELLOG SLOCUM 1907—1959 Professor George K. Slocum, 5i, died unexpectedly in Raleigh on January l4, l959. The School of Forestry and the Alumni have lost a distinguished teacher, a staunch friend, and an accomplished scientist. ”Prof”, as he was best known, was born November l6, l907, in Scranton, Pennsylvania. After attending Central High School in Scranton and the Staunton Military Academy he enrolled in the Pennsylvania State Forestry School at Mont Alto. He transferred to North Carolina State College in the fall of l929 when the School was established and received his Bachelor of Science in Forestry degree in l93l. During l93l-l932 he was a teaching fellow at State College and received his Master of Science degree in 1932. He successively advanced in rank to instructor, assistant professor, associate professor, and full professor, In addition to his teaching career ”Prof” worked with the U. S. Forest Service in the C. C. C. program during the summer of l933, and in l945 with C. R. Ross did the field work and published the Forest Resource Appraisal of North Carolina under the sponsorship of the American Forestry Association. At the time of his death he was president of the Southern Pine Management Company. ”Prof" was a member of the Society of American Foresters, the American Society of Photogrammetry, the American Forestry Association, and the North Carolina Forestry Association. He was a charter member of Xi Sigma Pi at the School here, and a mem— ber of Phi Kappa Phi and Sigma Xi, honorary fraternities. "Prof” possessed the rare qualifications requisite to a great teacher, and the attributes which made him beloved by his friends and colleagues. A curious and inquiring mind, complete lack of pretense, a sense of humor, infinite patience with his fellow-man, understanding, compassion, and a strong faith in his own beliefs all were his. He had an unerring ability to live in harmony with his environment and helped others to do the some. Whether it was a night frog-hunting trip on the Flat River, a technical discussion of the merits of Virginia Pine, or a ”bull” session in the evening, his warmth and personality brightened the occasion. Both students and friends enjoyed being with him, and were sure of his sympathetic interest both in their problems and their successes. Chancellor Bastian, upon learning of ”Prof’s” death stated, "North Carolina has lost an outstanding teacher and scientist in the death of Professor Slocum. Few teachers have left such a great impression of respect and endearment in the hearts of their students. Many hundreds of North Carolina State College 3

Alumni have had their lives and minds enriched through their as— sociation with Professor Slocum.” ”Prof’s” interest in the School of Forestry extended beyond his teaching duties. No man had more concern for the students. He was advisor for the Forestry Club from its beginning, and has been the Secretary—Treasurer of the Alumni Association since its establishment. To both he has given much time and effort cheerfully and without complaint. The Hill Forest is a lasting monument to Professor Slocum’s professional ability and dedicated effort. He loved the forest and spent most of his ”spare” time there. He was justly proud of the many stands of pine grown from seed he collected, and seedlings he grew in the nursery and planted with successive classes of students. He has left a heritage that will keep his memory alive for future generations of foresters. There are literally hundreds of experimental plots ”Prof" established to help solve problems of planting, growth, yield, and management of the important species on the forest. His and Dr. Miller’s Technical Bulletin No. lOO, Virginia Pine, Reproduction, Growth and Management on the Hill Demonstration Forest, Durham, N. C., is the outstanding publication on this species. His experimental work on depth of planting, yellow poplar, plantation spacing, and yields are good examples of but a few of his various research projects. It will be impossible to replace ”Prof” with a man of like talents and qualifications, for they are rare. For those who worked with him and studied under him there is sadness and regret, but gratefulness too, that they had the opportunity to be associated with him. He was a fine man.

To the Student Body, Alumni, and Friends: We want you all to know how much we appreciate your many tributes to George’s memory. Thelma and Shirley Slocum

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CHARLIE RAY NORTON It is with deep sorrow that we make known the death of (Iharlie Ray Norton. "Bo" graduated in Forestry from State in 19:37. then (lid graduate work here in lorest pathology In January ISL-38 he went to work for the liorest Sen lt't' as Assistant Distritl Ranger. He was rated at the head ol his (lass In‘ the laeult)‘ and was one ol' the nost outstandingl men ever to graduate hunt the School ol‘ Forestry. 'l'he prolession lost a potentially great I‘orester when ”Bo" died in an auto auident laxt ~lune. llllllllIllllllllllllll|lIIIIllIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIlIIIIIIIIIItIlllllIIIlllllllllIIIIIIIIllIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIlIIllIVIIIIIlIIllIIlIIIlIIlIIlIIIIIl!|\

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PROGRESS REPORT FOR 1958—59 By R. J. Preston, Dean The unexpected tragic death of Professor George K. Slocum oyershadows all other events and activities of the school year. All of ottr more than seven hundred alumni know George as a great teacher and friend, and we know that our alutnni feel the loss as deeply as those of us now in Raleigh. Growth in all three activities of School; teaching. research and extension. resulted in major administrative changes during the year. Two academic departments were set 11p within the School: the Department of Forest Management with Dr. T. E. Maki as Department Head. and the Department of \‘Vood Products with Dr. I. S. Bethel as Department Head. It is planned to establish a third department of Pulp and Paper within a short time. A para1~ lel change was made itt Forestry Extension. the program being formally recogniyed as a part of the School's program and two sections established under the Extension Forester: the Forest Management Extension Section under W. .\I. Keller and the Wood Products Extension Section under (L. W. Smith. Enrollment continued its steady growth of the last seven years. as shown in the following table: Enrollment at Sept. registration ‘l'otal enrollment for year

1952-53 1953-54 1951-55 1955-56 1955-57 1957-5319511-59 ltil lSl 2(l3 232 298 3029 35335 Ifl‘.’ lfl7 223 25] I53l 3H7

Percentage wise the School of Forestry is the fastest growing school at State (Zollege and only the School of Engineering enrolled more freshmen students this year. It is interesting to note that ll2 out-of—state students were enrolled. coming frotn 2| states and 2 foreign countries. 'l‘he strength of a School is measured by its faculty and the addition of two internationally recogni/ed faculty members will add greatly to the prestige and achievements of the School: Dr. .\. I. Stannn. one of the great wood chemists of the world. joins our staff _Iuly l. ISIBE). Dr. Stannn will teach a year's course in \Vood (Zhemistry and will devote the rest of his efforts to working with graduate students and research. Dr. 'l‘. 0. Perry will work with Dr. Zobel in our genetics program and will teach Silyits and related courses. Dr. Perry is currently enrolled on a National Science Foundation Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the (Ialifornia Institute of 'l'echnology and will ntoye to Raleigh next _Ianu:11'y, Dr. I. S. Bethe]. Head of the Department of \\'ood Products. has been granted a year's leave-of-absence to accept an important post with the National Science Foundation in \Vashington. D. (1. During the present year Dr. Bethe] has served with distinction as .\cting Demt of the Graduate School. 37

()ur t\lumni will be pleaxed to know that I’rol'ewir l.en \\"\m:nt. who retired in 19.37. returned thi\ year to help us on a part-time teathing' I);lsl\. (Ioulratts ha\e been awarded [or the (ouslruttion ol the \\'ood I’roduth Laboratory building. and we mat \Iart nuning in equipment thix \unnuer. ()ur gent-tin greenhouw II.‘I\ been tompleted and i\ now in me. We are I]()])t*« lul that lullds will be appropriated thix spring lot needed equipment and a new general Iorextry building to ('omplete our present building program. The imtallation ol equipment in the Robertwn Laboratnr) ol‘ Pulp and Paper 'l'ethnolog} ix \irlualb (omplele and the \ntall paper nlathine ix attratting wide attention. \\'ilh the extablixlnnenl ol lhe Department ol \\'ood l’rodtttts extensive changes were made in the (nurse ol study with a View ol strengthening the work in the I)1I\i( s(l(‘ll('t‘\ and giving greater llexibilit)‘ to ateommodate a wide range of training ()l)jt‘(li\('\ on the part of studentx. .\ summer prattitum wa~ >(‘I tip in the \uunner ol' the Sophomore year to replaee the (lamp requirements. and the programx in \\'ood 'l‘ethnolog} and \\'ood l’roduetx Mertltandising were tombined into one degree granting program in \Vood 'I‘t-(Iinology with options in \\"ood l’rodutu Manulaeturing or \\'ood Products lieouomies and .\lanagement. t\ (ooperatire progratn ol’ work and study has been worked out with the wood industries so that needy wood technology ~‘tudents (an earn most of their (ollege expenses by sU‘L‘H’lllng ottt their edutation over a six year period. Other highlights of the year intlude: I. I'wentytlu’ee students enrolled ;I\ graduate studentx. six ol thew being at tlte l’h.l). Ie\el. 2. ()\‘er 2H) students retebing some type ol Mllolill‘xllil) or grant. II. t\ reriew ol our researth program by Dr. Ii. 1., l)emmon :tx an activity ol‘ the Southern Regional lidutation Board. I. Short (oursex or (‘onl'erentes in laminated wood. linear programming. gent-tits~ attd modern farming. :3. (lil'ts ol an additional SIFMNHI lrom Mr. and Mr» If. I". (loug‘etz Mr. and Mrs. Verne Rhoade» and the estate of (ieorge Merek lor the endowed liiltmore Stholarship. bringing the total endowment to SIMHIIN). nunu munuuun 1; FORESTRY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT HOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY Madison, Florida FORESTRY CONSULTING—TIMBER MARKETING Il SIl I ]; uuu IIIllIIllIllIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllIIIIIIIIIllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllltl It goes without saying—Maki: "I'm :1 pine man. mweli." 38

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THE HOFMANN FOREST REPORT By J. V. Hofmann, Manager North Carolina Forestry Foundation The lit-37 l’lNl-il'l‘v report on The Holmanu l’orest stated that the Senior (llass had established (loutinuous Forest Inventory plots as an experiment to detide what si/e ol plot. and type oli retords. would best serulor a long term retord. During “[38 the (l('(l\l()ll to use a one-filth aere plot was made atul plots were e~|ah|islted mer the entire forest by the Halifax Paper (lomlxtny. il‘lte l‘orest was divided into totnmert'ial forest area. iutlutliugr 53.290 at'res. and the remainder as tnm-eommert'ial. One hundred and fifty plots were established in the (‘ommereial area. Ret'ords for each plot iut’lude Forest ’I‘ype—si/e tlasses—age—llli.l-l. lrotu 3.6 iuthes up—numher ol pttlpwood l)()lts~logs—\‘ig0l‘—Sountlnt‘ss—lwigltl— density—ground rover—reprodutlion—past treatment—amottnt ol organic mat. ter itt tlte soil—permeahilily ol soil—site. All data are reeorded on l.l’)..\l. (ards. ’l‘otal volumes are redueed to eord in *asure using Elli ('uhie l'eet as the (onyerting lactor. The summary of the [:30 (1.15.1. plots gave a total oi 393,»!10 eords. the major portion being in the (i-iut’h to the l2-int‘h ('lasses. .\s time and conditions pertnit. additional plots will he established over the forest and the areas ('lassed as nou-t'ommert‘ial will he ituluded as the de\elopment ol the liorest reat‘hes these areas. Records ol growth along tlte Deppe 'l‘rail during the period of lilfil to lllflti show tuore than one (ord per atre per year in the natural stands. 'l'he plantations heside the (anal of highway No. I? produced more than two ('ords per aere per year. 'l'he aver: , stand on the (l.l".l. plots is 7.1 eords per atre over the entire ('ommenial area with a good percentage ol' ingrowth below the 3.6 lll(l] (lass. \\'ith growth taken at one eord per acre per year the future pro— (ltlt’litHl ol’ the lorest is assured. since the production will imrease due to the drainage and deyeloptneut progratn. ’l‘he growth must he insured hy adequate lire preyentiou and proteetiou. .\ll graduates of the School of Forestry at North (Iarolina State (Iollege know that the llol'manu Forest was purehased on a sell liquidating hasis. 'l‘he lirst payment plan was based on periodic payments oyer a period ol 350 years. .‘\lter lour y -ars an agreement. with the parties from whom the forest was purchased. was reaehed \\'l1l('ll provided a substantial reduction in the purchase priee il‘ (ash payment ('ould he made for the entire amount. In order to take advantage of this diseount a 20 year serial bond was issued and sold. Payments on the bonds were made annually and interest payments were made semi-annually l'rom 1939 to 1959. ’l'he final hond payments were made in December ol‘ [9:38, ineluding‘ a l'ew bonds that would have been due iii 1959. The plantations ol' Lohlolly and Slash pine on the north side ol highway No. l7 were thinned during “[38. Seyeu to eight cords per a('re were taken out, which made a rather light thinning, .\ setond thinning will he required iii four or live years. 39

The development program la progressing very well. 'l‘lu'ee draglines are operating continuously. New eauals and math are added which makes' the forest more aet'essible and insures better lire proteetion. Development of Block 10 has begun and will continue through this year. .'\ (ire break 10 (‘hains' from the Atlantit' Coast Line Railroad has been established, The area between the fire break and the railroad will be control burned, whirl] should give complete protet'lion lrom railroad lires. Hunters on the Holmann l’orest were well pleased with the game taken during the past hunting season. Deer appear to be returning to, or increasing on. the forest. ’l'his fact with the additional roads for :l(('(‘\'5ll)lllty provides better hunting. Fires have been t'ontrolled with very minor losses. Many eontrolled fires near the boundaries could have been serious, but a well organized and alert fire detection and suppression (‘rew averted these threats to the forest.

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LONG RANGE PLAN FOR THE SCHOOL By Dick Welch ’59 One thousand three lutnclrecl and eighty Forestry students by 1970? it has taken 30 years for Forestry unclergraduate enrollment to grow from 7] to 333. But enrollment projections indicate that in only ll more years the student body may reach Hill) in the three existing curricula. If an enlarged graduate student program. doubled pulp and paper facilities. and two new curricula are added. the predicted enrollment is 1380 students! These increases. which include expansion of graduate. research, and extension pro. grams and possible addition of vocational training curricula, will obviously require a great expansion of all the facilities of the school. A faculty equivalent to 27 men will be needed for teaching alone. How were these needs foreseen. and what plans exist to meet them? in December 19:37. the faculty completed a study of future needs and compiled “.\ 'l‘welve-Year Program of (lrowth and Development" for the Forestry School, in conjunction with a larger program for the whole college. \Vhat follows is a summary of the important and the more interesting points. Parts of the plan are in effect now. as other articles indicate. CURRICULA Increased demand for wood and more itttensive lorest management will require ntore professional l'oresters. large numbers of teclnticians and more emphasis on research. By 1971). an enrollment of 150 undergraduate and :30 graduate students in Forest Management is predicted to help meet this need. 'l‘he facttlty believes that more emphasis on the basic social. natural. and physical sciences is needed in all curricula. .\ (he-year curriculum is suggested as a possibility to accomtnoclate the increased course load for all liorest t\'Ianagement majors, :tncl for superior students in \Vood 'l‘echnology and Pttlp and Paper 'l‘echnology. Possibly summer camp may be transferred to the first summer of the student's schedule. in order to slimttlate an early interest in professional work and scientific achievement. State (Iollege is the only institution in the Southeast prepared to make a major contriluttion toward fulfillment of the rapidly-increasing cletnancl for wood technologists. linrolhnent in \\"oocl ’l‘echnolog) is expected to be 200 stttclents by 197”, even with stricter entrance requirements. The report recommended re-examination of the \Vood 'l‘echnology curriculum. with more emphasis on the basic sciences. This has been done, and last fall a new alignment of courses was made. (See the article on page if about this.) Since the paper industry is the fastest growing industry in the South. and ottr curriculum is the only approved program in the region for under» graduate training in Pttlp and Paper 'l‘ec'hnology, the report recommends expanding the program as fast as possible. Increased facilities and staff are needed. Present facilities provide for a maximum of 250 stttclents. with ll) graduates per year. In view of the demand for graduates. clottbling of this capacity is recommended. A need is seen for two completely new curricula to fill the needs of the wood-using industries. The first is a Logging Engineering program. com41

hitting the facilities and courses in \\'ood 'l‘eclmology and Forest Managetnent. l‘he second is a Packaging 'l'eclmology curriculum. inclttding parts of both the \\'ood ’l‘cthuology and Pulp and Paper programs. || these two turritula are introdmed. an additional enrollment ol 131) sttttlt'llls is ('\|)('(t('(l by l97tt. .\n honors program is reconnnended lor outstanding students. with scholarships ollered to those who participate. 'l‘hese students cottld substitute courses in their curriculum and possibly take graduate courses to strengthen tltcir background in basic science or to concentrate their work in specific areas. Hutlt .l progtam is just beginning in the \\'ood I'echnology Department. Forest management technicians are needed to release foresters from subprofessional duties which they now handh and allow them titne for the increased amount of study, selection. planning. :tud over-all supervision which tnore intensi\c management of forest properties will require. Therefore. a terutiual technician training program. a "ranger school". in other words, is recommended when the demand for such tnett develops. ‘l'raining in applied lorestry would be given largely on the school forests. Likewise. technicians are badly needed by the lumber. plywood. particle board. veneer. furniture and allied wood industries. 'l’o fulfill this need. a vocational school which would give one or two years' training is 1‘(‘(()IIImended. lt shottld be l()(1l[C(l off campus. managed by the (Iollege Extension l)i\ision. and assisted by tlte \\'ood Products stall. RESEARCH Forest Management research programs itt forest measurements. etonotnits. and forest biology (particularly disease. insects. and wildlife) will be gradually strengthened. in addition to maintenance of present strength in other lields. l’our new fields of stttdy should be added in \\'ood Products Research: market studies: ttse of pulp, paper and fiber products in packaging: wood chemistry. including the use of radiation and isotope techniques to determine wood properties: and design and analysis of wood produtts for structural material. In pulping research. an important item in the future will be the pttlping of new species of wood and possibly the pulping of fibers which are now agricultural wastes. New pulping processes and bleaching and pulp purification processes will also he investigated extensively. 'l'he Robertson Laboratory may also he tttili/ed to find uses for nati\e North Carolina minerals in pulp refining and papermaking. along with research in the problems which naturally develop as the paper industry in the South grows at a rapid rate. BUILDINGS If the great scope of these plans is hard to comprehend. attd the tremendous predicted future si/e of the school cannot be visuali/ed. just take a look at the facilities which will he needed ll years front now or sooner. liyeutually all on-(amptts units of the School of Forestry will he in a single group on \\"esteru Boulevard. l‘he Pulp and Paper building is alr-ady there. and the new \\'ood Products Laboratory is under construction behind it. In addition. a general forestry building, a new research building. and 42

additions to Robertson Laboratory will more than double the present latilr ties. .\ general lores‘try building' is the lirst need. and a very pressing one. .\ new building with 55000 square l‘eet of lloor space is planned to replate ottr orer-erots'ded s('(lit)ll ol’ Is’ilgore Hall, It should intlude a l.000-seat auditorium. a greenhouse. a library. and 50 other rooms. .\ request for funds for this building is now belore the Legislature. l’roposed additions to Robertson Laborator) imlude a setond story with 7,000 square leet and a wing with 113.000 square feet. 'l‘hese additions are hopefully intended to house pilot plant equipment inrluding a paper mathine Elli to Its‘ inthes wide. pltts pulping and other equipment to supplement it. The iesearth building is the last step ill the present building program. Major (onstruttion will be needed at tlte [orestry (amps in the near luture. to intrease tapaeity. to replate temporary buildings. and to at'eommodate the possible Ranger Sthool. i? 3% 3&7 Bryant: “Don't be too (onhdent about this. You get a good lawyer and... “’1'”. I shouldn't talk about lawyers like this. I hate sortie \ery good friends who are lawyers." if? i? 71% DEPARTMENTALIZATION OF THE SCHOOL By Charlie Selden '60 'l he Sthool ol l‘orestr) was di\ided ittto two departments. the Department of liorest Management and the Department of \\'ood Products. for the school year lilSX-ISIBS). 'l'his di\isiou is another result ol‘ the intreas‘ed growth of the Sthool ol l‘orestr} at North (Iarolina State (lollege. The parent depattment ol the plesent Sthool was started in l929 as the l)i\ision ol Forestr} ol' the Sthool ol ,\gri(ulture. .\s the [orestry program grew and the number ol students intreased. the Di\ision ol Forestry was raised to .sthool status as the Sthool ol‘ Forestrs in lllz'il. ,\ Iurther intrease in the number of stttdents and a broadening ol the \(t)|)(‘ ol the programs in the Sthool ol' l’orestrs has brought about this departmentali/ation. Departmentali/ation ol the Sthool (reates a more formal organi/ation \\‘llltll the dean and stall belie\e will result in more L'llltlt‘lll. elletthe. and internalls harmonious operation of the Sthool. l'he tUlTitllllllll in Forest Management and the graduate attd researtlt programs in this lield betame the Department ol' Forest Management with Dr. '1‘. l". Maki as department head. l'he undergraduate turritula in \\’ood ‘l'ethnology, \\'oo
NEW WOOD TECH CURRICULUM By Professor Richard J. Thomas During the past year tlte l)epartt11ent ol' \Vood Products initiated major changes in the \‘Vood 'l‘eehnolog‘y and \\'ood Produets Merchandising programs. The purpose ol‘ these t‘hanges is to strengthen the program by increasing the requirements in the basit stientes and reduting the amount ol yotational type work assot‘iated with the advanred (ourses. ()11e ol the major t‘hattges was the dropping ol the degree in \\'ood I’roduets .\[anula(tu1‘ing and .\Iertl1andisi11g and i111am is designed to permit students to alternate petiods ol stllUUl and wo1k: thus per111itti11g students with inadequate linantial 1esourtes to obtain a tollege edtuation. In general the pt'o(edttl‘e is for an industrial (ooperator to set-11p a working position lor a single 44

individual to be alternately ltlled by two members ol a tooperative edtttation team. Although this type ol (ooperative program extends a student's educational career beyond lottr years. it (an be kept substantially below dottble time ill the program is properly organi/ed. The cooperative program in \\"ood 'l‘echnology \t'ould require approximately six years to (omplete. The initial response lront the wood using industries has been one ol' enthusiasm and extreme interest. As a resttlt indications are that abottt 20 students will be enrolled in this program lor the [9:39 lall semester. 7:

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ROUGH MILL CUT-UP RESEARCH PROJECT By Professor Richard J. Thomas For the I Just year the \\'ood Products Laboratory. has been enuaued in a h possiresearch project with ten lurnitttre tompanies de. ned to exploreh the bilities of increasing lumber yields in the rough mill cup-up operations. The linal objectives ol’ this research projett are: l. Better scheduling ol’ tttttings through the tnill. L’. Better decisions as to the grade of lumber to ttse [or a partitular group oi cuttings. 35. Better operator dttisions in tut-up operations. in order to attomplish the above objectives a detailed investigation is beittg performed to determine the si/e of clear and sound cuttings available in each grade ol each of several species. .\t the present time data has been tolleeted on 30,001) board l’eet of lumber. Sinte the task of examining this large amount o1 material on an individual board basis for a variety of cutting si/es would be enormous. it was decided to make tise ol' the IBM high speed computer. ’l‘herel'ore. a program ol’ instructions was written which alloWs the (3:30 computer to exatnine the (oded data from eath board and calculate the number and the si/e oi the tuttings available. In addition to this. the program also provides for the tomputation ol~ the number ol rips and cross-(tits required to tut the board into the talculated number ol‘ eutlings. ln died. the progrant ol instruttions enables the computer to duplitate the results ol actually cutting the boards ittto dimensions stock. Since the board is only them‘etically cut into dimension stock. it is possible to examine the same board for any number ol’ diil‘erent cutting si/es. \s a result. the expected yield ol the individual boards is' examined under a \ariet\ of conditions. By interpretation of the results so (alculated. it will be possible to designate lor each board which combination ol tuttings will give the maximum yield. From this lll[()r1]]:llll)ll an attempt will be made to derive lor each board a quality index \vhitlt will indicate that combination ol cutting sizes producing the maximum yield. Since eatlt board can then be tttililed so that the highest possible yield is obtained. it will result in a ntore ellicieut ttse of factory grade lumber tausing a reduction ill the \olttme of lttmber presently required for any given cutting order. 45

FOREST TREE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM By R. L McElwee, Liaison Geneticist Sime the imeption in lflbti under the leadership ol Dr. B. .l' Zoliel. the Forest 'l‘ree Improvement Program has intreased in some to the extent that ll (ompanies lotated in six southern states are now partit'ipating in the program. l‘he program (ontinttes with the thtee main ohjettiu-s in \ie\\' whith were established at its imeption: Basit researth it) the inheritante ol wood properties: lislahlislnnent ol seed orthard programs Ior the (ooperating industries: and tlte training ol personnel lor work in the held of Forest Genetits. In the l):l\l( l('\('1ll'(ll phase. studies are being tondutted on the methods ol inheritante ol spetilit graxit} and (ellulose pertentage. Several studies have been tompletetl and others are now underwa} whith are aimed at determining tree to tretz stand to stand. and area to area variation in spetilit gravitv throughout the lohlollv pine range in the SoutheasL Other studies. now underwav. will prmide similar inlormation on the inheritattte ol (elltr lose ])(‘I( entage. \\'otk with the (ompanies initialh entailed the selettion ol indi\i(lual trees lrom the wild popttlations \\'lll(ll showed both external l‘eatures and internal wood properties \\'lll(ll most satislattorih meet the spetifitations ol the individual tompanies. Approximately (SL5 sut h selettions ha\e been made in the six-state area and these selettions are being vegetathely propagated in seed orthards where they will l)L‘ managed to produte the seed for future l'orestry operations of tlte \arious individual (ompanies. ~\dditi0nal seleetions are being made. and will toutinue to he made it] the lttture. In addition to the establishment ol seed ortllards. work is now underwa} in evaluating the genetit potential ol' those selettions heing pttt into seed orthards. l’rogenv tests ha\e l)('(‘ll established lot this malnation. and limit the progen} tests the genetit value ol eath selettion will be determined. l‘hose selettious not up to standards genetically will be eliminated from the seed orthards. l’he third phase ol the program—Haining ol graduate students—has seen one tandidate (omplete training on the Master’s degree level. (lurrentlv there are li\e tandidates working toward the l’h.l). and one toward the Master’s deg ‘ee. It is expetted that two additional graduate students will begin work in the tall ol this tear. "XL. ‘X About 1.3.01") trees are lost annuall) itt New York (lily a majority ol the losses owing to the toxic ellett of dogs. which are .said to average 70 to 80 daily visits per tree. The attempted remedy ill sortie New jersey munitipalities is a ban ordinante prohibiting the walking ol (logs within 2 1t. ol the l'rom Formlrv .lI/.\lrm'l.s street trees. 46

SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS By Charlie Selden ’60

lmlmlul lemx ‘IIL‘ the numu ul yiglnyxix \lllklvlllx in thc M1100] nl Fortwn‘y \\'hu Iluu' 'K‘t'll awarded \unls \urying [mm Nlmm “18.30 I() aid than in [nu-ling llu- mum-tun obligulinnx u‘lmh [hm luuv imm'n'd in nut-ruling mllvgv (luring 1hr I958~IEIBEJ \(hrml )mr. lhix “NI illlli(;ll('\ [lu- lwlicl llml [ht ill(|ll\lli(‘\ .uul mhrr gmupx in thi‘ urea lime in Ilu- lulun' 0| Inn-\II') and ill Ih(' lulurv nl’ 111v indhiduuls (ilctl, I'hv mujm‘iu nI l]l(‘\(' mmrds \n'n' Ll'mtul \x'ilhin llu- 1:l\l xm cm] )Lml‘x‘. 'I‘IuIllllllhk‘l‘ ul \lll(l(‘lll\ \x'lm huu' main-(I \(Imlurxhiln 01' £I\\'lll‘(l\ 11:1» um» limx;lll_\ imn-zm-(l m the \llHIL‘III Im<1§ lllh grown. \\'illmul thew HWRH‘dN mum ul thun- \Illtlt'le \umld nut lmu- I’m-n :1|)l(- In ;I([('H(I (allege um! formln'x lulun- uuultl nut lu- (Illilv u» bright. 11w l'nl]: .llld l‘apn l-numluliun .l\\:llllk‘([ Ilu- Inllmxing IHH \lmlvms \( lmlmxhil» lllix war. “\ng (h \llrn l‘(|\\';ll(l R‘ llinwn I hnmm llinmn lawn-nu- l'('lt'l Humm ]I. (.Ilélll(‘\ I. HUHHHIJII ](,'ll'\ \. Hmdm Paul R. ‘Inm‘x | 110mm (L anhvhl thultl I Him-l \HM'H R. l\i\('l. _]L Rugm' I). I.;Iml>L-rl \\'hil S. Ih'idgmx \\‘il|i;nn H. Lunglm \\'illi;ml .lowlnll Burk. [ll Stunlm H, [,lulylli (luil N. (2:11"le (lhurlt-x 1). (Earn-I (flange II. Mdiudu'm Hubby I’). Dunn” lA.u_\ I“, ”(UnlikI]lUlll.l\ H. ML \I.|n .\l.n'lin Awr) I)‘ link BAII'ICR.,\[I.U11('H _|:1(k .\L Frank “(hill 1,. .\l(>ml\ lfugcm' R. I’mluln 1211118. .\IH(HI\ [m k L Hzm'kim [01m 1., anr 47

Wesley Ii. Sprinkle Kenneth Steppe Louis ll. Stone. Jr. jumes li. ’l‘nhon. Ir. (Jhurles .\. 'l‘unner ‘lohn R. Thompson john .1\. Toms .lohn \\'est Michael \\'. \\'ilkin.son Ronald L. Younger

Mat-(m A. Mulkey 'l‘ed .r\. ()u'enx \Villinm 1.. Porter lidmund (I. l’utkhnber Paul 15. Robermn 'l'ed Lee Robinson (Lnry G. Schultl. jessc H. Scott \Villinm E. Smith Milton F. Spain ~:.

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Below are listed :1 number ol tompunies and students who were awarded >(ht)l:lr\‘lll1)\ to study forestry by these (()Illl)£llll(‘\. Frank .\I. Morrison by (Zonlinentnl (Inn (Iompnny Otis (I. Morgan and \\'illi:un .\. Siliul by (lhumpion Paper and l‘ibre (lo. Edgar 1,. Mile“ and John 13.. l\l((Ileudon by (Luylord (Ionlziiner (Iorporulion ‘lmob j. ’l’higpen by .\, li. Staley .\llg. (lo. .lerry ll. l'ox by Pat Brown Lumber (Io. _|uniu~ 0. Baker. It. by Darlington Veneer (Io.

.\ number o1 indiyidunb were awarded MllUlilI‘sllllh or :l\\'&ll‘(l.\ by the indi\idu;ll l'undx whith :Ire lixted with the xtudent who reeehed the stholurr ghil) or award. lndiyiduul Mholdrshil» High Point (éroul) l':l|enl [or Seniie Limes 1). ManH Hurry l.ee (inner Silioluixhil) |):I\id l.. I’nmnleH Hiltmore Mholgn'sllip (Zhrixiopher A. l'ubor Sum Rim Seholurshil) ~lame» ll. Roberds 'l'ulent l’ot‘ Service Hoke (Lounty lidu‘urd H. Langston, jr. 48

hpuial .\\\'ard.\ Shi1n llomcliu- Scholarships Roy \\’. Slonu'yphcr—llonoi Senior David 1.. Bramlctt~lrlonor junior Southeastern Division ol' .\m(*ri(an Pulp and Paper Mill Supm‘intcndcms .\ss()(’ialion Scholarship Norman Russell State of ’l‘cnncw-c Awards (Iharlm l). (Earn-r (llcnn Hampton Paul S. Moody _]am(-x K. Morlon lirm-sl 1,. kn» Howard (2. 'l'il)l)al» (n'ams-in-.\id (Ilydc .\l. (‘yurganu‘ llcrlx'rt \\'. Sthcld Thomas \\'alkm' l'alcnt lior Scrviu' Robert 15. Royn‘oll \(hlctiu .\ward\ \\'a}nc \\'. lidwardx \\'illiam l“. Daugllcly \\'illiam R. Harden Rolx-rl li. .\l(l§tithan (Hm I). 'l'harpv. _]r. _|a(l; \\'aIL-rs. .l'~ XI x; \liut'llanvoux .\\\'ardx (lhcroku' llisioriml AWL. lm. Jark R. Blankvnxhil) 15w” l-ll Sidncr l. (Ilium~ \(hool l‘lllx Roadoo John M. Young .\'. (2. Motor (larrivrx \wm john M. Young X; x. Xi Sigma Pi recognized ornatanding students this )car by dircc awards. .\lthou;.;h not money grant» thc awards rank high as symbols of achievement. The Xi Sigma Pi ani‘lc gin-n dclail.» of the prtscntalions to Roger Lambert. ‘l'cd llillmurm‘. and \\'ilson .»\lc.\andcr. 49

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Spring activities at Schenck Forest

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FORESTRY SCHOOLS MEET

FIRST ANNUAL CONCLAVE By Stewart Gregg ’59 l’ot‘csters' brawn. l)t':tl‘(l\. antl ht‘aim were well demonstrated May It). 3058 at the First Annual (Zotulave ol~ Southern Forestry Sehools. ’l‘he University ol‘ ('yeorgia St’hool ol Forestr) \pons‘oretl the (Iontlare whith was heltl at (Iamp Rot'k liagle State Park near liatonton, Georgia. More than l5!) students representing eight forestry \(hools l'rom Alabama. Florida. Georgia. Louisiana, Mississippi. North antl Sottth (Iarolina. antl Texas partitipatetl in the weekentl ol lorextr) t‘\(‘l|l\. The llllin‘l‘Sll)‘ ol‘ Georgia won lirxt plate as (Iolitlme (Zhampionx. |.oui\i ana State University Wllx \t'tUlltl. Stephen I". t\ll\lill was IhirtL antl North (Iarolina State (lolleg’e platetl lourth. Members ol our team were Leon Bonner, l’hil (llam. Stewart (Gregg. Glenn llamptotL t\r(hie l’ierte. Roy Stonettpher. ‘latk Stttrgill. Mott] Swill. and l)itk \\'el(h. ()ne of the main lll)j(‘([i\‘(‘\ ol' the meet was to introtlnte prolevional practiees to the
THE 1958 ROLLEO By Ed Owens ‘59 ()n lllt' morning ol ()(‘toht-r -l. 19:38. lort-xtr) \llltlt'nh 1‘()\(' bright :ln(l utrly to gun- ;11 Ill(‘ llll'L‘illt‘lllllg. ()\'t‘l‘( :1»! sky. 'l‘his was tht- (lay l'o1‘ the H“— new Rollco. 'I‘houghts of (his: honor. llH‘ l)1ll'l)(‘(ll(‘ lllntll. zintl lllt‘ (kisses lllill WCH‘ excused for all who uttt-nilul ovcl'unnc tllc (lmirv to trawl |);1(‘k in lllt' fink. :1n(l (‘Vt'l‘yullt‘ hit tht‘ 1'o:1(l to Hill Fortwl. l‘liix )cur inuny ol‘ lln- n‘t'nts \\’L‘l'(' l)('\\' to lln- Rollt-o. l‘llt')‘ \\'(‘l(‘ ptllA lt'l'llt'tl :IllL‘l' (‘\'t‘lll\ lllt' liirxl (Ioiltlnu- ol Soulht'rn Formlry St lll)()l\ in (lt‘orgiu lust )mr. 'lllix \\':I\ done to inlprou- tln- Rollto h} :ultling (‘\t‘l1[\ lllHl't‘ rlenml to I’ort'xtry. mid to prmidc (‘X[)(‘l'lt‘ll((‘ l'or 11nd to stimulate inn-rest in lllt' (Iontluw. (firms—tut sawing was the lirxt t-Vcnt. l’lu‘ juniorx' lunn, l)i(k lli'zllw :Ind Bill (:ill'l'lf‘illl. gun- sonn- rt-zil toinpt-lition hr mwing tln‘ l‘J-inth log in 30.2 \('(()ll(l\. Bnt tht- ol
_ t“ ‘ It’s even harder than it looks Robin Hood The division was to avoid handicapping the lreshmen and sophomores in events in which they had no experience. In the events for juniors and seniors only. the seniors took all three first-place positions. Roy Stonecypher won first place in dendrology. Dick \Velch. alter wading the river about [our times on a (lill'icult compass and pacng course \\'l1l(l1 was more like an obstacle course, added another senior victory. 'l'hen. Bruce Sumner set a record that will be hard to beat. Beginning with a one~thain tape that was both thrown and tied. he unrolled the tape. re-rolled it in ten-link sections. threw and re-tied it in :31 seconds! In the three events in which only the sophomores and l'reslnnen coinpeted. the lreshmen were the victors in all three. Jimmy (Ioving'ton edged out Frank Miller for lirst place in the l)o\\‘vsltt)otlng competition. l)on Hatch ama/ed ever)one with his ability to hit the small 25-inch target from both 33 and ill) feet as he won the bait-casting contest tor the freshmen. 'l‘hen (Iarlton Baird quickly added more points to the lreshmen's total by winning the rifle shoot. Dr. Miller was kept busy most ol' the morning conducting the dendrologv and DBH estimation events. .\l‘ter spending about an hour calibrating his eyeballs. Roy Stonecypher became a twotime winner for the seniors. Sophomore 'l‘om lick was second. The log-rolling contest created the most enthusiasm. \\r"ith everyone shoutingfir advice. both good and bad dependingI on what class they were in. seniors Leon Bonner and King Morton rolled the |‘_’-l'oot log IIU feet and back in L3 minutes.

The Champs show how it’s clone

Axemon A close one ‘litn (Imingtnn beat all mtnpetitiun in the :txe-tln'mving event to win another litist plate for the lt'eslnnen‘ Senitn‘ Stewart Gregg was second. but rehunntletl to win the how-sawing e\enl h} sawing :tn S-imh 105“r in 35.3 semntls. 'l‘hen l’I‘olessor Slottnn gnu- ;t demonstration hit the lasers on the pmlier way to Use :1 how szm'. Nu time was I'('('()l'(lt'(l (hiring the (lemonstt‘ntion. \\'hen the (hips stopped [lying [mm the lug-(ltoppingfil (untest thztt lull()\\'('(l, junint’ Ditk Bt‘ttke was the winner. lle X'qulll‘t'tl only (me minute and thirty-three semntls It) (in the S»in(h lug. \lter the lt‘eshntttn :nnl suphmnm‘e were unable to rezuh the [up all :t peeled. wet-slitk. 20-foot pole. Stewzn't Gregg went up and (‘ztnle (lawn in In.“ semntls. 'lllll Mdlinn tunl; .semntl plate lot the juniors. 'l'he next e\ent was not :tttttnlly .st'hetluletl as :t ('mnpetithe event. but nevertheless, it was the only event in \\'hi(h ewrynne ptn‘titipzttetl. 'l‘hel‘e wzts LI ltmtrztte tn the (how hull, where Imth the winners and the losers ml the 1’;t(e ate :1 hearty hathetue llllltll. \i'ulleylmll minpetitinn begun :tl‘tet‘ :1 ln‘iel' rest. l'he seniors won first plate. then gt‘nntetl :nltl gnutnetl their \m)‘ In :ttmther \‘itttn'y in the lug nl' \s'nr. ‘linl MeMinn. :t junim'. equaled his pet‘l‘urnmnte ()l lztst sent in the mpetlilnlnng e\ent Ii} (limbing tn the bridge met the Hat Rl\(‘l‘ in lfl lJt) seunnls. ‘l:l(l§ Sttn‘gil \\'l&ls only 0.8 settintl behind lot‘ the seniors. l’he l;tst two events ml the (In); lug-hurling :lll(l lire-lighting. were ptn‘» litulnt‘ly interesting. Both were new e\ents. :tntl lmth in\‘0l\e(l (t)l(l miter

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on a ('old afternoon. In the loghurling e\ent. even senior 'l'oni Lennon. who \(‘t‘lllt‘tl to he rooted to the log. was thrown ont'e. 'l'otn won two out of three l‘allx. howe\er. and he won first place. .\ "gantit light againxt lire finished the toinpetition. l‘iath par~ tieipant wax given a (ing‘ and armed with a \\'atergnn. ‘l‘he t)l)it'(l was to l1a\e the shortest (igar at the end of a ltlaninute time period. .\lter ten minutes, Illlltl) pulling and squirting, and alter the partitr pants had turned \‘arioux shadex of green. Dr. Bryant measured the (igah and deelared senior Boh .\llen the winner. .\s the day drew near it» end. Morgan swings the axe wreral of the boys began to sneak toward the woodx hut the\‘ were quitkl)‘ hrought to hay. ,wa Were the Forestr) (Zluh initiates. who were denoumed as greenhornx and ohnox» ions (reatures. and ax perpetraton ol' \Ulllt' \(‘l'V \t‘l‘ltHh (l‘llll(‘\. Sotnt‘ Ul their lllthl \t'l'itnh Ullt'lhes \\'('H'Z llnl being able to gi\e lilteell tlL‘\ll;ll)l(' (haratteristiu o1 a Virginia pine. (alling the latuln a l)lllltll ol pine l'arnleix, and \ating' l’t‘l'()'\ pantaLex are not as good as the (”It's Mania used to make. liath was given a [air trial in 'l‘he Royal Kangaroo (Iourt ol l’aul Bunyan. Naturally, all were guilty and (‘:I(ll initiate \\':l\ xuhietted to hotrihle torture until he repented. .\lter pating [or their (l'llll(‘\. those who surrhed \Vt‘l‘t' detlared to he ttlt‘lllln‘h ol' the Forestry (lluh. .\t the next meeting of the (lid). awarth in(luding a INN ket knife donated ln' Ferguson's Hardware. hunting and fishing tzukle. and other gear. were prexented to the winners ol’ eaeh event. l'he linal Rolleo standinggs were annoumed: seniors first. junior» \eumd. l'reslunen third. and sophoI]1()I‘(‘\ l’ourth in the biggest and hext Rolleo e\'er held, On your mark! Get set! 56

THE SEMI-FORMAL DANCE By Jack Sturgill ’59 This year the liot‘esters decided that it was high time to pull off their ln'ogam and get socialized. The Forestry (Ilub members decided that the School of Forestry should have a semi-formal dance in the Spring semester in addition to the annttal Logger's Brawl. So a dance committee was appointed, with Robert .\lattox as chairman. to look into the possibilities. The dance committee came up with some good news alter the Christmas vacation. lt announced that .\. 1i. Finley JV .\ssociates had agreed to let the School of Forestry use the Fin-(Irest Lodge [or the event free of charge. Naturally. the gang was glad to tackle anything which was free, so the committee proceeded with the plans for presenting the dance on Friday night. February 6th. The crowd began to arrive at Fin-(Irest Lodge about eight o’clock alter a desperate search for its whereabouts. 'l‘wo couples, unknown by any l’orestry student, arrived at the Lodge and proceeded to be at Jase. Howv ever. their easiness ended when large. economy-size Harold Hannah walked in wearing his l’aul Bunyon Beard. I guess they figured it was high time to move out. liveryoue present at the dance was astonished by the generosity ol~ .\. li. Finley X~ Associates. The Lodge was really a higlrclass place. and much to ottr surprise. they even furnished a butler for the event. It seems strange. but it was not until about ten o'clock that e\eryone got in the dancing mood. Later. after all appeared to need a rest. the band took a collee break. l'lowever. the crowd could not be content with the quietness ol' the place, so they persuaded Harold Hannah to break ottt his live-string banjo. It just so happened that Harold was in the right mood and he really had everyone kicking up their heels when he got wound up with ”Down Yonder." ’l'hc- crowd began to disperse about midnight. and for the first time it appeared as it some ltatl imbibed until they had lost their equilibrium. You know the human being reacts strangely to such a physiological situation.

from an old l’lNl‘ZTIlM: “'l‘he summer ol~ '3l 1 received the coveted sheepskin. .\l'ter sending out ninety applications, I was offered a job as “Laborer. road construction project‘ on the Oyark National Forest. which l accepted." See. seniors. things could be worse.

THE ANNUAL STOMP By Tom Lennon ’59 'l lIL‘ 193$) Laggt-rs' Brawl was held at llill l’urt-xt (Ill .\larth 21. 'l he t‘\('lll \Iill‘lHl with ('1)lll)lt‘\ (lrilting into talnp and \\'Illl(lt'l‘lllg almut in lllt‘ \\’t)()(l\ uhxt-rving tht~ \\'t)|l(l('l\ t>| nature. 'l‘ht‘ l)t'll. that thing that (wt-1‘} sunnnt-i' taint) man tlrt-atls. \\‘:I\ rung :llltl a lint- It-t-(l ()l l)£|l'l)(‘('llt‘(l thitkcn :Ill(l lth was (ll\l]('(l nut in lmrtinnx tn ('(Illlll any that lllt‘ luggt-t‘x nl' )‘t‘\l(‘l'}t‘ill‘\ t-u-r hatl. ()l unn'w. [llt‘ lnggt't's' win-s antl girl lil'lt'llth with lllt‘ll‘ tin} “tnnnniu” (utmnnt-(l ~tnallt-r lmrtinnx. .\ll lllt' wning took l)l:l(t‘ nntltr lllt‘ t“\t‘\ ml the ghmts nl two (lt'(t‘:l\t‘(l tats hanging ahmt' lllt' .wningI tahlt‘. lt wax llt)ll(t‘(l only (lllt'l’ supper that lllL' rats ltatl tll\llllt‘gl':llt‘tl tn the point nl' l'alling apart. Anyway. whn tan lt‘ll rnttt'n rat lrtnn harlx'tttt-(l pnrkl! llltltll‘lllitll'). tht‘ 54ml) \\':I\ gran. \\'l1l(l) may l)(‘ attrihntt-tl tn lllt‘ I‘att that their wt-rv nnl) [(‘Il lingt-rs in it. not [wt-lx't'. .\ltt-r mt‘rrnnc hatl gurgt’tl lllt‘lllNk‘l\('\. wt- nit-antltrt'tl mt-r tn the (lant‘thall wht'rt- lllt' lumping antl \ltHllPlIlg hogan. liu't‘yint- \Hl,‘ in high spiritx tn‘ hatl hatl ~|>iritx and was high. .\l' shirt that ho stnlt‘ lrtnn l'L‘l'(}‘ laxt sunnnt-r. llarnltl ”Big 'l'Xl" llannah. tht- \L‘llllll'hi ml) (Ulll(‘ll(l(‘l‘ [in thy Bull .\w.'tt‘
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Rct'l )uu mu luid )mu vyrhulh Ull. .\|l(‘l .1 It“ ”\lnnl" \In-ulu'x ul mull» mg; and slumping JIM] Bukm’ and Don HUI/uni. :l (nuplv 0! IL‘]]()\\\ whn umld (11”th un‘ry :I lune in :2 lnukvt. gzu'v all Ilu- 10:4};le :Iml IIu-ir {illim .x purl} rt-ndiliun ul :lll uhl Immiu'. “Ynu \l(‘ .\l\ Sunxhillv." \\'|1(‘n i1(1lll|(‘lilll(‘|()l)i(|\ lIH‘ l’wllv ilIHl lln~ Hull ml lht' Ihnwl. 1)]. Bryant gm up and hubblcd mum Ilu' llmn Iikv :I (Inn-pit old mun (hr \\'£l\ [fling m Inuk up hix ('\(ll\('\ In! HUI (Inning; :lml :mlmumml 11ml Ihis ht‘l't‘ ”mm! \\:|\ judgL-(l (m (l)ll])l("\ (In-xx uml (luming uhilil}. \\'('II. it M't'lllx likt‘ (lu- lmull) mvmlwn ll:l(| lu-(whzm'vd umuml. 2n the lmulu is known [H (In. and {mull} Dr. .\l:ILi lml llix [out (ll>\\'ll :Iml \lliil Ilml lhr lilm- \ms running thI (kill u~ wnims :tllczul) leu‘ul this). 'Illc} hnully pitkul .[nlm Sun! and lli\ {ill} 2I\ IIH‘ Hull and Btllv. n-spuliwly um] ('wryumfigured [hm 11.1(l Imkul Ih(' luwl. ll wn'nh (hut Lhnu “um ;I Immh 0| numlmrx in Ihi~ lmv [MN and Vlim MAUI)” l('l Smtl's hll) (Imw out «my [Dr .1 door [H'i/l‘. "luping" l’lmvmun 11ml lll(‘ Iluk} llllIII|)L‘I and lit gm :1 jug. llll' unl} thing llml \ms the Inulm \villl lhix htn- jug was that it (Iidn'l lmu- nu juiuin i1. \llk‘l L'\(‘1_\Ull(' lmkclul nut umuml Il:.‘5H. \\('(1U\('(l up 3111)!) um] It'll nlm Ilu~ gxmlml In“ in Ilu- histm‘y r>| IIH' “Sumnu'r le Camp."

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SUMMER WORK A SUMMER JOB IN PULP 8! PAPER By Phil Holland ‘59 ”lixpel‘iente is the best tea(her". is an old saying. and probably one of the most truthl‘ul. 'I‘he lounders ol the Pulp and Paper (lll‘l‘ltllllllll at State (Iollege had tltis in mind when they inserted in the (urrituhnn a require ment for a summer experiente report to be submitted by any undergraduate in the turriculum. The student spends one sunnner working in a pulp and paper mill. and during this summer he (olletts inl't'n‘mation ol' the general operation and organi/ation ol the mill. .\t the end of the summer, he tompiles this information into a report \\'l1i(ll he submits to eollege ollitials for three tredit hours toward graduation. From June to September ol‘ 1958 I worked lot the l'nion Bag-(lamp l’aper (lorporation in Franklin. Virginia. Here I gathered inlormation for my summer experietue report, by observing and diseussing mill organi/ation. and process operations with tompany personnel. Not only (lid 1 gain \‘aluable knowledge of pulping and paper making pro(esses. but money sayed from my wages helped (onsiderably in meeting (ollege expenses this year. 'I'he pulp and paper student on the job perhaps learns more in a short period of time than in any other way. This along with the other reasons is why the stnnmer experiente report is Mltll an important part in the training of a student pursuing a degree in Pulp and Paper ’l‘ethnology. A NEW ENGLAND EXPERIENCE By Dave Sconlon ’59 'l'he sntmmt l“l‘ olleted by Mr. lzdwatd (.. (Lhilds. owner ol the (neat Mountain Forest in Norfolk. (Lonnettitut. is inyaluable in going the stu« dent l'orester a working knowledge ol l'orestry in the Northeast. The forest. toyering more than 7,00t) £l(l'(‘s. is stotked mainly with northern hardwoods. white pine. and hemlot‘k. The white pine is' entouraged on the areas ol intensiye management. howe\et. o\erall the hemlotk is by liar the predomi— nant \])(‘(l('\ betanse ol its prolilit natural regeneration. Ihe student‘s work rotlsis‘ts ol truising. mapping. thinning. logging. pulpwood tinting. timber stand improvement. and lures: nursery management. l‘he student also heunnes lamiliar with the operation ol the maple syrup industry \\‘l]l(ll is well-de\eloped in the Iorest. \lthough syrup manulatture is over before summer. he helps in sugar bush improvement and in (utting lue] wood for the sap house. .\s Inrther aid to lorestry experiente he will assist in experimental work being (arried on at the forest. The major e\periments now deal with Iorest Iertili/ation and planting. partitularly thest nut Varieties and yellowupoplar. .\.s an added appeal. the student has the opportunity of Visiting sewral important experimental forests in the Northeast. The current work and results of past experiments are thoroughly explained and demonstrated on the torests. 62

This job is excellent in giving a thorough first hand look at forestry practices in New England. and the student forester may find very interesting the similarities and diflerenees in forestry as practiced in the Northeast and the Southeast. WATERSHED MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH By Chris Tabor l’ : Ro + li + ‘l‘ i S: this formula may appear familiar to many of you. btit just as a “refresher”. here it is in writing: precipitation] equals runoff plus evaporation plus transpiration plus or minus soil moisture and ground water. v ow I'm sure that you remember it as the formula that was "thrown at ya” when you were introdueed to the fundamentals of watershed management. .\teording to an old adage. "experient'e is the best leather". Following this adviee. l at ‘epted a position as a Student 'l‘rainee at the (Ioweeta Hydrologie Laboratory near l’ranklin. N. (1.. to learn of the (oneepts related to the formula stated above. ”Kaeeta" ((loweeta) is the researeh t’enter for watershed management studies (()Il(lll('lC(l by the Southeastern l’orest Experiment Station. As a Strident 'I‘rainee with the Southeastern Station. I was placed under an outlined program designed to familiarize me with the work performed in watershed management research and at (Zoweeta spetifieally. to help me to gain a ntore (omplete understanding of the basic ('()Il('('l)[S involved in watershed management. I began work at (loweeta during the summer of '57. following sutnmer (amp. During the 5-week period I was assigned to various jobs ranging from “(hart ('hanging" on the hydrographs and recording rain gauges and walking the rain gauge trails to (()ll('('l preeipitation data. to the office work of performing t'omputations for the initial analysis of experimental data and making display (’ltarts for the \\"atershed Conference in Atlanta. By performing these and similar duties I betame aequainted with the various studies and routine observations performed at (Ioweeta. \\'lten I returned to (Ioweeta in the summer of ‘58 I was assigned to work on one of the subjects \\'lli(‘ll interests me most. the study of soil moisture. During the months that l was employed I worked on studies of the soil moisture regime in several (loweeta soils. (omparisons of soil ntoisture in grass and forest plots through one water year. and initial ealibration and sampling work with a nuclear method for determining soil moisture. W'hile performing the work with soil moisture studies I became familiar with field. laboratory. and ()lll('t' duties involved in performing researeh. In addition to the responsibilities at (loweeta. I traveled to Bent (Ireek Experimental Forest. the Piedmont Researth (Ienter in Union (Iounty. S. (2., and to the .\thens-.\laton Researeh (Zenter aitd the University of Georgia Forestry St‘hool in .\thens. (ieorgia. 'l'hese tombined experienees as a Student Trainee have served to provide me with a better understanding of watershed management—its basie ('oneepts and their relation to the general study of forest management—and to deride upon a tareer in research. 63

AN INDUSTRY YOU CAN BE'I' YOUR LIFE ON When you plan your future, aren’t these important guideposts? You want to tie in with an industry whose products fill many needs. The industry should be growing and have prospects for much more growth. The Paper Industry has all the qualifications for a foundation on which you can build a career. Whether you go directly into manufacturing paper products or into supplying of forest or chemical raw materials, you will be participating in this vital business. OLIN MATHIESON CHEMICAL CORPORATION V INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS DIVISION BALTIMORE 3. MD. MATHIESON industry to the basic 64

ONCE AGAIN—SUMMER CAMP By Scott Wallinger ’60 'l'hey (all the plate Hill Forest. Actually it's around HOD acres of dirt supporting a lush growth of Virginia pine and ehiggers. although valiant attempts are being made to eom‘ert it to a loblolly pine—Poplar park. The chief inhabitants were very unusual spe(ies. Most of the time one found a tall man with a mustache (I’m/‘11s who was trying to prove that Virginia pine will one day outsell western fir and white pine. His impulsive experiments were kept in ehetk by a rather reserved man in a long-billed cap (Dortmus mil/('rii). who managed to keep a watchful eye on all that oreurred. 'l‘he misfortune is that a good percentage of work done by these two diligent natiVes was (‘ounteratted by an opposing species (Dortm'us bryunme). who was addicted to burning the hell out ol‘ the woods as last as it grew. His work was also (ounteracted by another oet’asional native (Dar/(nus Inn‘efoolidue). who insisted that the Virginia pine trees should be removed and the area t'eplanted to furniture bushes. This was what we walked into when we hit Hill Forest last June. We were immediately taught how to wear boots. kill ehiggers, sharpen axes, identify Virginia pine and cut firewood. not to mention making a new parkin‘gr area for the abundante of student cars. (leaning up equipment. cutting grass. and doing,, all the other things loresters must learn to do. "\Mell, I'll be gol-danged!” l’rol’s words the lirst day were uttered as Dave Bramlett approaehed in seareh ol' bandages to UH'CI‘ the first and only axe wound of the summer. This expression of the (amp boss was to be heard many more times, Stu'll as when the Mountain Boys brought in their emek 65

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Ul llltllltsst'x and gum. \\'l1(‘l] (Ihznlit- 5(‘l(lt‘ll linull} lt‘AIIIIHl t<> itlt-nlih (Imnm ummuum. when yunx 1rnl_\\ lllll\k(‘l ]'(‘\t‘1’l)('l‘:ll('(l nmnntl (:lllll). :lll(l \\'ll('ll l’t'tc l’ottt'i‘ uplx'nl'ul with :1 list lllll nl hugs nr \lléllU'x. ’l'hv lungnzigt‘ l)('(:llll(’ \t)ltl(‘\\’ll:ll stmngvr itlltl IIHHI‘ pmlnw :11l lll't)llll(l when l’ml mu :nvnkL-nt-(l h} lll(' sznnv hluxt that llllL'(l Rim-x l‘;l}lu1‘ out ()1 his l‘;l(l§ (at midnight). Rim-s st't'nn'tl In ll;l\(' :1 habit nl \ntltlt-nli‘ lt-zning hix lx-(l \ct‘) slnn‘tl} ;ll1(‘l' l1('(1';l\\'ll'(l in: in u ninllt-i' ul Izut. ll \\':l\ Lihnmt :i nightly (mint H‘IIH'. Ihu \\'(‘1lll1('l‘ ll’lk‘tl tr «int-(In itwll [l1l\ \tlltllllk‘l. l1 l'illllk’tl hmn xnlipt‘lv tinn' nntil l)l(‘;lkl;l\l :Ilnimt :ill the tinny l1 vu-n ininul ()Ill‘ (hm—pin nut l’ml‘x linrn lollmving thc- (l('ltl' (nt. \\'h:lt \\'(' :ill longul [m' \\';t\ lllL‘ ()(til\innul lintn' nl lt'tltn’t: You we. Im‘ the pzisl lL-u' \vt-t-ks wn-‘(l (lun'L-(l ln'ush :nnl lnn‘nul. lmiwnnl l1:l1'(l\\'r)t)(l\ .’|ll(l Virginia pinv. n‘nisml llllllM‘l'. and mapped tht- I'm‘t-xt, 'l'ht‘w thingx lllHl :ill l)('('ll (lnnc in thy pun. lllll (‘\l(l(’llll\ not \L'I'y \\'(‘ll :I» \\'(‘ \\'(']'(‘ Ll‘l;(‘(l [0 (l1) it again But “1- \wrc hnpp). Ix-(unw l’t'i‘t). \'inwn. :nul l’lannptun kt'pl 1h «XIII-inch \\'t‘ll~lc(l: lllltl il “‘0 wuntul n l)('[\\'('(‘llrlll(';ll \nznk. Rnw :11\\';I}\ hml something tunlnlixing at (Ill-I'lllt' In‘iu's. \\'t‘ hnnlh It'll Ult' llill l’uit-xl 1n imnnt‘) to thv ])(‘£|((' untl (lnivl nl [ll(‘ \\'(‘\l('l'll hillx. lhmv \n‘ utuhln‘i lin
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um'n. \\'t' mun luuml nut that Baum-1% llllx \\'t)lll(l lt'llll'tl In (amp in lllt‘ (Wt-Ilingx at :I lt'rt‘ilit I‘RIIC— ('\'l(l(‘l]ll} tlmt hm} (oultln't Willi tn gt't |>;I(k tn l’t‘rtfs trmkillg. .\ll lll illl. it \\'2l\ grout. Sumt’ pm)plt- lt‘ill‘llul u lntinut tit-(twirily about l'ut't-xtr}. But from [llL' hurling; In; in the pond to Illt‘ Illllslt' makers in the twp ml» the (:ll)lll :1 good lllllt‘ \vux lmd In 1111‘ 011]} ()Ht' intiA Weekly Tasks

How Many Card- - -? (lt-nt llllll’l't‘tl tlw \umntt‘t‘ lut‘ Illt‘l that “11.5 when I talked with :t ([110 young tourist ()llt' on the pun» pct ill \\'.'tynh Bultl. Sllt- stztl‘t'tl with uttt-r unlit/(‘Illt'lll All tht- gt‘iI/lctl (row whilt‘ l (‘XPlillllL‘d what we lliltl l)t'(‘ll doing (luring lllt‘ \llllllltt'l‘ :Iml lllt' thingxg wv stutlit-(l during our [our (11' IIIUI‘t‘ )ml‘s in (Ullt‘gt‘. “l“ttlll‘ ycurs! just In \it in :t tmvt'r?" ()ll. \\'('ll. I gut'Ss summit-r (:lllll) will an ull' anyway. i? llrr'nl/Im [/I(’)‘(’ u mun will] 3011/ .m (It'll/I. ll'llu Ill'w')’ In llimwl} has .witl. “Tn lu'll u'il/I u/mul. I'll .\Irl_\' in lu'rl." 67

THE FORESTRY CLUB By Jim McMinn ’59 'l‘he preamble to the Forestry (Ilnb (lonslilution rend»: “In order Ihni [he S(hool ol l-‘oreslry ol North (Iurolinu Slule (Zollege be ruogni/ed in any and :ill .s(liool and unnpm :ltli\ilie\. and in order lo lnriher lhe ilnerens‘ of Forestry. the lollowing (onslilnlion has been hereby adopted." The Forestry (llnb meets eanh 'l'nesdny night during the regular >(l\()()l year. :nid the lllk‘llll)L‘l\ :ire enleriziined In \|)l'1ll\L‘I'\ :ind lihns dealing with l'orexlry and related lield» .\l;ini ol the programs are presented by Ihe alumni and >l£lll ol the 5(hool ol l‘oresir}. :lll(l wrve to inform the students ol what they may expat upon obtaining :1 degree in l’or‘esiry. ‘l‘he members of the Forestry (llub are on their toes Iron) September to .lnne p21rti(i< palingr in [he projerh :ind :nihiiies. i\l:nr\ tired but happy l'uem were seen :is [he :mnunl Rolleo drew to :i (lose with lhe iniliulion ol new members. :\ seiniloi‘lnul dame. whieh wax held at ’l‘ioiun Luke. proud to be :1 big slutess. :md lhme who attended the annual Loggers' Brawl had the usual "stompin' good lime." ()lher :l(ll\'lll(‘\ imluded the relating“r ol’ the poplar erossweelion at [he enlrzlme door, the purliiipnlion in [he (Iomlin‘e ol Southern Forexlr)’ 5(hools. and the preparation ol :i (I.l‘. (hirliivzil Night booth by the new members. ‘\ tremendous loss was sullered this year in [he (leulh ol' l’rolessor Slocum. 2! great Leather and £I(l\‘l\()1' to [he l“ore-lrr (Ilub sime its exl.’ll)lishineni_ The club's biggest projeu lor the spring mu the development ol the George Kellogg Sloeum Memorial area under the ('zipuble gnidume ol the Club’s new :idvisor. Dr. Ralph Bryzlnl. 68

FOREST PRODUCTS RESEARCH SOCIETY By Pete Jenkins ’59, FM & M I’)‘(‘.\I'(/l‘lll.' l’ele Jenkim l'izr I’rr'ntlenl.‘ Jesse Russell Seru’tui)‘: _[im Reuvis 'l‘n'uiuw’r: Larry Summer Jda’limr: l’rol'l Roy (Inner ()ur l’l’RS is the onl) zuliVe orgnni/etl student l’l’RS (n‘guni/utioll in the l‘. S. It has grown during its eight-year [He [0 enjoy :in attendance ol' £Il)()lll 2:3 per meeting during the .5835!) Mhool }e;il‘. Membership is drawn lrom the Furniture .\l:lnul;i
THE FOURDRINIER SOCIETY By Phil Holland ’5 Thv Fourdrinit'r Smitty is :m organi/ution mudt- up of students in the ('urrit'uluni ol‘ Pulp and Paper 'l‘ct‘hnology. 'I‘hc ntnin ()leL't‘liYC ol' the Society is to ('()()I‘(linlll(‘ itlczts and operations ol the pttpm‘ industry into (’lul) activities us well :ls ])1't)lllt)l(' interest in lllt‘ industry throughout [ltt‘ (urri(‘ultnn :tntl thv school. This yczn‘ lllllllt'l‘tuls llll)\'lcs hnur l)L'Cll shown during nit-clings. illustrating various pulp and paper making printiplt's in the Unitul States and in sonic foreign (‘ountt'it'x Nott-(l inunngtnu-nt ])t‘)‘S()nIl(‘l I‘t'lntst‘lllillg' :1 number ol~ pttpcr mills in thv South hzn't- lu'turt-(l (luring mot-tings. 'l‘hrough thcsc lcctttrcs interest was stimulated in the ill(lll\tl‘}' in gent-r21] and in the 1wturcr's own company by (listussion ol' (Uplt‘S suth éls‘ ntill orgzmiltttion. process control. and salt-s organi/ntion. The Society usually ('ll(lS tht- year with :1 party Wlllfl] n'ull)‘ scta cwryonc :tlirc. This event is living £llllltil)(l[(‘(l Ii) :tll llll‘llll)t']\ this ymr. 'l‘hc ()lll('CI‘.s l'or ll1(‘ HMS-[95!) your are: [’i'mirlrnt—Bill Sthul l’in’ Prrxitlrnl—‘I‘cd Robinson Sr't'w'lrn‘y—l’ltil Holland 'I‘rmsurr'r—lohn 'J‘hmnpson. 70

MU CHAPTER. XI SIGMA Pl By Jack Sturgill ’59 Xi Sigma Pi lonwtt‘} honorat} lratct‘nity. \\':l\ lonndcd at lilt‘ liniu-i'sity' of \\’a‘hington on Novt‘lltlx‘t‘ 2t. 1908. 'l‘hc l't'atct'nity today has nint-tccn thaptci’a lotatt'd at \1ll'i()ll\ il((]‘t‘(|il(‘(| \(hools ol' lot'cxtt't throughout lik‘ United Stan-s, 'I ll(‘ h’att'tnitt annx at xtintulaling stholanhip in iort'stt‘) and at bringing togt-tht-i' in good lt-Ilowxhil) [how \ltt(it‘lll\ who hau- \hown (‘Xtt‘PtitHlili ahilit}. 'I'ht‘ IHL'IIIIH'H oI .\lu (lhaptt-t'. hoth indi\iduall} and (ollt-(tiu‘l). (-ntout‘agt- inft‘slt‘} atli\'itiv~ at thv Sthool ol l-'oi’t-sti'\‘ In :I(Ii\'(' [)at'litipation in tin[n‘oictts of thv I-‘ot‘t-xtt'} (Iluli. and |)_\ xlx-(ial (haplvr pi'oimts Ioi t-ntout' aging [ilt‘ (i(‘\'<'l()[)tll(‘ttl oi It';l(lt'l\ilil) in ~(hool ;|(ti\iiim_ lt ix tht- [)olitt ol Mu (lhalitt't‘ to honoi lilt‘ h't-xhinan in thy \tittud oi l‘ot'mtr)‘ with the hight'xt \(ilUillNlit :Iu-i'agt' In :m'arding a (ruiwi’x :Ixt- tot his £I((ttlll[)ii\illll('lll. Rogt-r l)t*\\'itt liznnht-I’t. a pulp and IMIIH‘I‘ [(‘(Illl()lt)g\ studt-nt. \\‘:I\ lnx‘wntt‘d thv award thix )t'ai‘ at lht- Rollt'tL [it‘d lliii)lblll'llt"> name was addt-d to thc [)lllqllt' in lilL' ~tudt‘nl loungt' ol Iiilgort- Hall [or ht-ing laxt )‘t‘:l1"h graduating M‘tlit)!‘ with lilt‘ highm stholaatn a\‘:-ragt-. 'I'htannounu-mvnt oi this award mu also lllllllt' at the Rtiiit‘t). \\'ilson \ltmandvt \\'2l\ pt‘t-st'utt‘d a meritorious (L‘l‘liiitlllt‘ at [ilt' [anuan graduation [or outxtanding \\’t)l'k in (-\tra(tn‘ritular :uti\‘iti(‘x‘ in thc Sthool of Fort-\try. Suth ((‘l'tiii(£l[(‘\ :l](‘ I)l'(‘\(‘lll(‘(l to graduating st-niors who hau‘ shown outstanding work in [iH‘ Sthool oi Fort-Mn. but who haw not attaim-d nit'mhm‘ship in Xi Sigma Pi.

Mu (Ihapter tontinued last )ear'x projeet oi obtaining yearbook». journalx. antl l‘(‘\t'ill(h reportx lor the Forextri‘ Sthool Library .\])l)roximateh oneillllHiH'll till} l('\(‘;ll'(il reports and |)ll|)li(;tlittn\ \u-re ohtainul [ruin the l'. S. Forest l’rotluttx Laboratory, t\Ia(li~on. \\'is(on\in. "lihe ohiettire ol this proiett is to build up a tollettion oi tethnieal literature whith will >er\e as a wtn'te ol' reierente l'or outxide reading. ternt papers. :lll(l report» i? i7 ii? (Continued from page 69) upon those pt'exent the inlportante oi attire inetnlx-rship in tethnital organi/ationx. hoth a» \[lltlt‘lllN and after graduation. (Ihantellor Bostian introtltut-(I 1.. Y. Ballentine. N. (l. (Ionnninioner ol .\j:_ri('tt|ture. a\ the keynote \lM‘ZtkCl‘. ()therx taking Part in the program were Dr. F.. S. Harrar. president— ele
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THE FABLE OF THE SUICIDAL FIRE-FIGHTERS Smnctiincx llK'l‘L’ :n‘c Imih 'l'rugcd} and Humor in tlu- brief entries 01' n Fort-st Ranger's Diary: us witness the lullnwing from that of former District Ranger R. (L Slcclo ol~ Lhc (Julil'm'niu Fun-st:— "SL'liu'inhcr ll: I took 9 ”It‘ll up to nmin line at l)L‘1l(l ()l' lire. l started with H) mm], but No. l-l7 Lurncd hack. wont [0 Brush (Jump and Cut his Throat: I take it he disliked Fire-Fighting." ~Iohn Guthrie. Full/(iv [or I’nrmlrm

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A EUROPEAN VIEWPOINT By Jim Andersen Yale Master‘s at NOS in 1954. got his directeJ from hereExtension graduated Andersen Jim thehasauthor: About indaily 1955,farm worked for forthe North Carolina TV program a time. and is nowForestry studying in NorwayDivision. on a Fullbright theScholarship. By European standards the American forester is a newcomer to the species. Living as he does in a land amply provided with timber. they think he has it good—and by contrast he does. \\’hile the age-old problem involving management levels on individual forest ownerships remains t1nsolvecl—indeed. often untouched—in the United States. the same problem became critical in European countries manv years ago. ‘l'he bi
OUR EXTENSION FORESTRY PROGRAM By John Gray, In Charge, Forestry Extension, N. C. State College jim Andersen's thought-provoking artiele (see page 70 of this issue) (alls attention to the experience of European eountries in stitnulating forest development on individttal private holdittgs. His article is a challenging one with special interest for all lorestet's whose tareers' require them to take into aeeount the (leeisions being made from (lay to day by the major owner of open-market stumpage—the non-industrial. individual private forest owner. lt sltould be of partieular interest to professionals loeated in North (Iarolina. North (Iarolina is a leading “small" private-owner state. It ranks se(ond only to Pennsylvania in number of farm forest ownerships and second only to (Leorgia in farm woodland aereage. Over three fourths of its tonnnereia] forest land is in the hands of its 267.000 non-industrial private individual owners. North (larolina has been a pioneer state in developing programs to inlltr enee and assist individual forest owners to take advantage of their timberenterprise opportunities. 'l'his is partitularly trtte in the Extension forestry field. where at the present time North (Iarolina has the largest organi/ation of any state in the nation. Few foresters graduate front ('ollege with an understanding of Extension forestry organi/ations. objetti\es. ;l(ll\'lllt'.s and attomplislnnents. In terms of numbers. out of 10.000 professional loresters only about 130 are employed by Land (irant (Iollege lixtension Services as management, utili/ation or marketing speeialists at. the (onnty. distriet and state le\el. Yet. although they sometimes have trouble getting other loresters (and Extension Direttors) to agree with them. lixtension Foresters have reason to believe that they inllueme the tonne of Atneritan forestry ottt of all proportion to their numbers. Perhaps a brief look at our North (Iarolina Extension Forestry program will stimulate your thinking attd at least get you primed for a good argument on this last point! Urgunizulimt—North Carolina’s lixtension forestry program is set up to reat‘h and help timber growers. timber buyers and protessors. \\"ork with growers is (ondueted primarily by seven forest management spt-(ialists and 3H! white county and assistant (ounty agents. 'l‘he seven speeialists' make up the Forest Management Section of our lixtension Forestry Department. Six are assigned to individual Extension administrative distriets of fifteen to eighteen (ounties in si/e. These men are headquartered in eaeh of these districts. The seventh speeialist serves as Seetion head and is headquartered at State (Jollege. 'l‘hese spetialists devote one hundred per cent of their work time to raw forest 1)l‘()(lll(l growing. harvesting and marketing. 'l‘hey provide forestry leadership training. planning attd program assistante to our (ounty agents. Most of their program effort is tondueted with and through these agents. none of whom is a graduate professional forester. .\t the present lllllt‘. our white agents devote an average 3.0 per rent of their total work time to forestry. Work with buyers and pron-ssors was started in 19.30. .\t the present time. this is (()ll(lll('lC(l primarily by two wood produets spetialists. who work 77

direct with industry elientele. These two specialists make up the \Vood Products Section of our Extension Forestry Department. Both are hardquartered at State (Iollege. ()ne of them deyotes one hundred per cent of his time to forest produtts marketing and lttmber processing, state-wide. The other deyotes ninety per ('Clll of his time to lixtension attiyity. serving as Wood l’rodtu ts Section Head and working primarily with the furniture and pttlpwood industries. He (le\()t<'s ten per (L‘llt of his time to (*ontaet work in researeh. serying as Researeh (Ioordinator for the Sthool ol~ I’orestt‘y's \\'ood l’rodutts Laboratory; ln sunnnary. we have ten professional foresters (ineluding the lixtension Forestry Department head) seryiug as subjett-lnatter stall spet’ialists. \\'e have no loresters employed at the county level. I’rogrum ()bjm‘liwzs, :lt'tizritir'x um! xl('(‘())/I/)/f.\'/lIII(‘II/.\’—()IIL’ tharat'teristit' of lixtension is that program emphasis. both long and short range. is determined largely by the people to be served. Most tounties haye Boards of Agriculture or similar organi/ations of l()(':ll leaders representing major interests tomerned with agritulture. These serve as a (ontinuing advisory grottp to the (Iounty lixtension Stall. Distritt- and state-leyel program emphasis is determined largely by the tonnnon problems and goals expressed by these ('ottnty leadership groups. ()n this basis. the following are the three state-wide olijet'tiyes ol the Extension Forestry program in North (Iarolina: 1. To lll‘ll) ”Mitre [mop/e u} I/It’ slit/e u it'INHI one material (Hue 1l([(‘(/II(I(I’ Io meel [newer]! and julure Hem/x. This has been aet’omplished in terms of present needs sinte we are now enjoying a surplus of growth over drain in all major tintber~produtt (ategories. It is being :tttotnplished in terms of expanding future needs in part through the marked expansion in tree planting and the ('onyersion of brushland to tommertially valuable timber stands. Iixtension has led the way in training and selling indiyidual priyate owners on both ol these prattiees. In retent years. Extension workers haye plated sixty to seyenty per tent of the seedling orders and hare had a hand in plating fifty of the sixty-nine tree planting ntat'hines now a\ailable for landowner use. In 1955. lixtension spetialists and tottnty agents began promoting a brushland-tomersion program featuring the use of tontratted heayy equipment. (hemital tree killing and replanting. Extension was instrumental in helping set up (Loyernment tost»sharing provisions eoyering this program and selling tontrat'tors on the idea of buying disks and plows and ollering ('ttstom seryite. ln ler. the year before this program was started. farmers asked for and l'C((‘l\'C(l (ost-sharing assistame to imprme Fifi-f a(res of existing timberland. In [937. the total was SJJI‘S at'res: and estimates for KIDS. inditate that farmers will be intproying or (onyerting HMNH) atres of forest land to tonnnertially Valuable timber stands. This first major obit-(tire is also being ('arried out through 1-” (Ilttb forestry training. lixlension workers are turrently giying sotne forestry training eath year to 25.00“ rl~ll (llub boys, 'l‘hese boys (onduet oyer 1,001) forestry work projetts ea
2. To help farm and other private individual forest owners increase fares! earnings to $10(),/)I)(),()(')() per year. \\'e are a long way from this objective. but we are making progress. Since [949. farm forest earnings have more than doubled and now total $18,000.00!) per year. Extension‘s efforts in fulfilling this objective have centered arotmcl setting up sixty on-the-grouncl examples of profitable forest land management in cooperation with individual private landowners. 'l‘hese are used by agents and specialists as training areas to inflttence other landowners to adopt the needed growing. harvesting and marketing practices required to boost forest income. In addition, thension has developed a monthly timber market information release covering prices and demand for raw timber products. 'l‘his is tlte utost cotnplete forest products marketing information featttre prepared by any lixtension Senice in the country. 3. To Ill'f/I stabilize and strengthen the competitive position a} [lie slute's wood-using industries. Extension has just recently started a program in this field. 'l'hus far it has featttrecl a combination research-Extension team approach. 'l‘he major projects have been: a. Redesigning rouglt mill cutttp operations to permit the use of lower grades of lumber by the furniture industry. b. Applying linear progratntning techniques so as to help smooth out inventory and procurement peaks in the pulpwoocl industry. c. Providing marketing information on semi-finished and linisltecl prod— ucts through the “'l‘arheel ’l‘imber Market-Industry Section." cl. l’ublici/ing the facilities and program of State (lollege's \\'ood l’roclucts Laboratory with the industry. R(‘flllf()7l.\llf/),\‘ Io ()lller xlgencies (17th Program Groups-In the state's forestry development effort. lixtension conducts the general and technical sales phases of the program. Our responsibility to service groups. such as the .v\gricultural Stabili/ation and Conservation Agency. the North (larolina Division of liorestry. industry conservation l'oresters and private consulting foresters. is to see that growers and processors are familiar with what these service groups have to offer and call on them when needed. ()ur responsibility to research groups. such as the United States Department of Agriculture. the North (larolina State (lollege .»\gricultural Experiment Station, the North (Iarolina State (Iollege School of Forestry, is to serve as a two-way link between them and the growers and processors of the state. This our specialists clo through translating research into practical and understandable form. \Ve then either train ottr agents to use it with growers or take it direct to industry through special short courses and through individual in. plant contacts. This will gi\e you a brief idea of what is imolved in a relatively largescale and still growing lixtension l’orestry progrant. its success has been due in large measure to the cooperation and support of malty industries. civic: groups. other public agencies and incliviclttal lay leaders throttghout North (Iarolina. This is the lifeblood of any public program which is designed to bring about changes in attitttcle and action by a large segment of a population in a reasonable period of time. 79

Bill Huxster portrays c1 typical farm forester

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(Continued from page 76) is sustained yield—something we generally regard as a maximum. Sustained yield will be assured by regulation of cutting and compulsory regeneration. The incentive feature is concerned with increasing per-acre yields in the future. While the law has teeth, they are seldom used. The job is being done by persuasion aided by the owner's enlightened self-interest. Space prohibits elaboration on Norway’s successful program. but some speculation by the reader along the following lilies might be of interest. ’l‘hese are both personal observations and summaries of the opinions of ntany Norwegian foresters. l. 'l'here is a sort of evolution in the development of forestry that seems to apply in all countries. Starting with no management (no timber value) and progressing upward through diameter-limit cutting to tree selection and partial cutting. forestry ”evolves" through what might be termed extensive forms of management. Development 1: at each stage until certain economic. social or technical conditions have been met. and finally culminates in intensive forest management characteri/ed by inv sttnent and cultural operations. If this impression is accurate. a sotntcl basis for formulating programs aimed at improving management levels on individual ownerships can be obtained by isolating the key factors of development—those requirements which must be met before further development can occur. and without which progress is impossible. Just one example may help to nail down this idea. \Vithout the establishment of markets for the products of thinning. developtnent frotn an economically dictated diameter»limit form of cttttittg to partial cuttings as we know them today is not possible. .\nd without the attainment of certain minimum price levels. advocacy of investment in cultural oper< atiotts appears foolish. For a field example illustrating these thoughts. consider the status of “management" on bottomland hardwood areas in eastern North Carolina. 2. As long as land remains in private ownership. all improvements in levels of management must be based upon the owner's views of progress. His hopes and aspirations-not those of foresters—ancl his economic: ability to attain improved levels are the critical factors. Failure to recognize this has been a major stumbling-block for many forestry programs. both in Europe and in the United States. and causes no end of pain for foresters who have been well trained but are uneducated in the complexities of human attitudes. 35. Laws alone cannot sol\e the "small~owner problem." To be effective. a program should provide financial means for attaining the silvicultural objectives of a management program and enough foresters to do the job. In Norway. the weight of law plus a tax-rebate system of financing cultu‘al operations makes it possible for the forester to look at a woods and use his knowledge without fear of beng deemed "impractical." He can recommend what he [moans is best for both woods attcl owner. where we are too often compelled to base ottr recommendations on what we think the owner will find acceptable. 1. Personal contact between forester and owner is recogni/ecl by Iiuror peans as the most satisfactory and only efficient method of owner education. 81

And while education is a usual result of personal contact, it is recognized that it is a reversible process and can be negative from either or both directions. It is also recogni/ed that the forester most likely to succeed in educating is sensitive toward. and capable of being educated by. forest owners. .7). Vast amounts of time. effort and money have been devoted to smallowner programs based on the assumption that educational methods. alone, are capable of doing the job. In a long-range sense this may be trtte. but tonsider two points: (a) 'l'his has never been proven true in any time or in any country in all of recorded history. (b) If the (ondition of the forest resource has an influente on all the people in the country (in Europe it direttlv affects standards of living and sets an upper limit beyond whith the entire economy cannot progress). do we ha\e time to wait and find out if the assumption is correct—and if the gamble is taken and fails. what status will we have as professional men} ti. Economic demand is a historical lorerttnner of better levels of forest management. regardless of forestry legislation], \Vith this in mind. consider ottr present methods of marketing timber. If forest industries can (ontinue to control the prices of raw material artificially—Lu, without regard for the costs of production on the one hand and profits frotn timber tonversion on the other—the outlook for both forests and fot‘esters is not rosy. 7. Suctess in work with individual owners most often invol\es "the right man for the job." In l-Iurope and at home. a glance at forestry history shows the enormous influence of a few men on the people and government. It might well be the role of forestry schools to develop more "right men for the job"—trained men capable of reflection about people and their problems—rather than mere advocates of the “normal forest." 8. Forestry development is inarket-oriented. \\'here there are few. or poor markets. management levels also tend to be poor. ft is comforting to know that sortie countries have tnade progress ill overcoming their forestry problems on individual ownerships. and that success does not necessarily involve a (hange in forms of ownership. government or national character. This suggests that instead of hauling out our favorite “forester's whipping-boy"—the small owner—every time a new set of statistics is published. we should focus our attentiott differently. l’irsl. a look backward every now and then into what other countries or other professions have done with problems similar to our own can be profitable. Second. it would seem that a long inward look would be justified to find out what kinds of people we are that permits us to react votally. but remain practically inactive. toward meeting one of the greatest professional challenges ever posed for stewards of a natural resource. Third. we should look ahead with confidence borne from the fact that we are trained people—people capable of learning new things—and be prepared to learn the things or develop the ideas and techniques necessary to get on with the job in such a way as is consistent with our national character. resources. and prolesv sional well-being.

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and i kilt him with 111} sixshuttr. (there i quit the suryy and [):l(k(‘(l the mete to (lamp). August 18, [906 i resume this line at the loot ol the high (lil' whcr my rotk lit. i esu'rmatc the (listt-nu- to be a litle under :3 thains to the top so i allow i am now 20 (‘hains l'rum (”“le No. 3. theme i run west 10 (lcgrc/ south 48 chains and set (ornt-r No 1! wltit‘ht is a oke stik set in a (lager wcad. whense a smoke hunt a Fort‘ist Fit-r bears west in (It-grey north about [0 miles. no other objext near. 'I‘hcnse i run south ‘30 (legre/ cast ll thains an 1:3 steps to loot of high (hi i (ant asentl. so i shoot a spot on a rotk on top to mark my line. i (lime the (‘lil at anuthcr ])lll(‘(' an resume my Linc. i t-stt-rtnatc the (listantc to be about 5 chains a little batk ol~ stratt- down. so i allow i am now 10 (‘hains and 15 steps lrum ('OI‘IIL‘I‘ .\'o -l. (ll('1'(‘ Bud Brown got :1 blister on his ll('('l and quit (‘haneingx so) i ('ontinut- on :1 trtt line 733 yards as i step to ('ornt-r No l. whicht ort to be the plate of begining. but aint. so i allow theres some thing out of plum and adjust my (ltnnpas at’t‘orcling. and prom-(la about 200 yards to my left and tie into the (loret't (orncr. and the Place of Begining. romancing; H50 atrcs l)L‘ the same more or less. Bill (Ialtutr. Forrist Ranger" —by jamrs H. Sizer *This must l)(‘ the same man who ran the original survey on Holmann Forest. lid. \HllIllllIlIllIllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIlllIIlIlllIllIIllllIIIIIIIIIlllIII”IIIIIllIllIllIlllllllxlllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIlIIII'Is How to Start Forestry Career Start your forestry career by getting acquainted with the tools of your trade—and the nation’s oldest and largest house supplying them, Forestry Suppliers, Inc. More than 2,000 items listed in our Catalog No. 8, quality items at dollar-saving prices. Follow the example of professional foresters everywhereiturn to Forestry Suppliers, Inc. for the tools you need, when you need them. Writz- today for (1 mm] of ("Ufa/0g No. 8 FORESTRY SUPPLIERS, INC. P. O. Box 8305, Battlefield Station, Jackson 4, Miss. Telephone FLeetwood 4-3565

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ANNUAL MESSAGE TO THE ALUMNI t\s your president. through tlte true democratic processes of a “rigged elation." I ha\e already learned one very valttable lesson, To Wit: Always attend the S..\.l’. ttteetittgs because if yott don't. yott tnay be “elected" to some job before you eyer know you ltave beett nominated. I failed to attettd the last S.A.l", Section tneetittg itt (Ioltnnbia. The most important matter tltat I would like to bring to yottr attention is that of raising the .\lutnni dues ll'Utll the present two dollars to three dollars. starting with the [939-60 school year. I reali/e that this business of constantly raising dues and increasing costs is mighty irritating to each of us, but it is an ever present l’act that every one of us must live with. The alumni group at (loltttnbia \‘oted unanimously to appt‘oye this increase! i\s you have already been informed, we are establishing a George K. Slocum “'ot‘k Scholarship as a memorial to that most beloved friend and teacher of every one ol us. and the main continuing source ol income for this scholarship fund will be the surplus l‘unds lelt [mm the Alumni Association dues each year. The Hol‘mann Loan I’und will have reached its S2500 goal; .so any lilltlll‘t' surpluses itt ottr association account can be diverted into the Slocum \Vork Scholarship accouttL 1 ant sure that this is exactly what ezttlt ol you would want. and I urge your continued support for your :\llllnlli Association. lIlIllIIIIIIIllIII"llIllIIIIIllIIIIlllIlIIIIllllIlllllllllllllillllll1,,

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TREASURER‘S REPORT 1957-1958 lnmme Cash on hand , , . . . ,, ., _ .. , S 25.00 1 member @ 1.00 . . ,. . , . . 1.00 102 members 2.00 .. . , , .,, . ,. , ., 381.00 0 3.00 ... . .. . . .. . 27.00 2 " 1.00 . . .. . . . ... .. .. . .. 8.00 32 " 5.00 . _. . .. .. .. .. _ .. . _ .. .. . . 100.00 1 " 0.00 . . _. . . . ,,,,,,, 6.00 2 7.00 . . .. .. . . . . _. ._ , __ .. . 11.00 3 ” 10.00 . . .. . , . ,_ ,, ,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 30.00 1 " 15.00 . . . . . , ,_ , _ 15.00 1 " 20.00 . ,. ,, . . ,, . . , , 20.00 TOTAL 5000 00 Expense 1:300 stumps @ 35:." , ., , ., . . . , , , S 115.00 Seereturizil Help . , , ., .. 12.50 Bud ('heek and penalty . . . .. . _, .. .. 3.00 Stump l):l(1 and ink . . , ,, . . . ,,,,,,,, . . .. 1.01 Typingl .\lunini See. , , . , ., .. , .. 20.00 'l‘yping‘ addresses ,, .. , . ., , H, ,., , H 5.00 Postage. mailing l’inettun .. ._ , , . , . .. ,. ... 20.00 Mailing envelopes . . ., , , ,, . . . . .. 15.00 211 copies ()1 l’inettun 1.2.3 . , . .. 305.00 17:111 postage . , ,, , , , . . . . . (30.00 '1‘()'1‘.\1. S1805] Bziltlnee 0| S200.50 (200.10) was deposited in the llnl'nizlnn Loan Fund. ()(‘tnher 28. 10:38 as required by the ('mistitutinn. ’l‘o (lute tutu! deposits and interest 01~ $2378.22 are in the Holinunn Loan Fund. including the S200.50 :tlmve. .\L present there are 11') luzuis outstanding and the balance in the Luztn I’und is S3020. Six students have borrowed :1 total 01' SL000 fruit] the 1"und during the lust year. Ralph (2. Bryant. Seeretzu‘yv'I‘reusurer i? i? ii? Mziki: “It's inisplut'ed deeimul points whieh used to make boilers blow up and flywheels 11v apart, and now muse missiles tn explode on their launching pads." 87

ALUMNI NEWS 1930 Forests. Company. (iuilwake Forester. W.. Consulting GRAEBER. N.Robert Georgia Procurement. Wood of Director IL. HARDING. Service.oneKraftin many Officer,has U.beenS. anForest 13.. inPersonnel H.year HOWARD. still in eventful Washington “Our First has beenI'm interestthe year. It ways. during functions new many assigned been have but Personnel living." apartment enjoyingInternal We‘re alsoAnalyst. and challenging. ing S. I“. S. U. Unit. Audit Management J.. D. MORRISS. Since instayDenver me today reached and stamp 1eport. invitation “YourCarolina in far.an weeksSoleavimc’.r nine totheColo. five usuallyAlaska. the move. much beenbeenpietty North Rockies. andthings. Lake onStates. So fa1 theynoI’vehave atea. Spent a fenof new lea1ned I'veisCalifornia. but thebelieve I've N.the F.first BowKenny. Medicine the Supe1visox who Brown.that withHe1e."John" week moss' of thisWyoming pa1t gatheied Weat sometimes and ”'"Cagey. 01 George by goes he La1amie. week L..catching old homeRobert bad Retired.up on the news of N. C. State's first three classes." PIERCE. you“Sirfice a l have retired I have been doing a little fishing. Ioafimz and etc. My best to 1931 Tennesseebut Valley J. 0..sameStafftitle.Forester. ARTMAN. getting so oldmy I‘moldestlooking older. a year Authority. san1e16 address, “Same toname. itI'mmade. have years more Only retirement. forward one isboy Force.ThisIThegot the Air to flyandjets I‘llinin high He's learning Tennessee. U. ofschool. through gota my13.8. wife yearsecond school. freshman a is youngest The same soph.. in edua towa1d working Shes again. school to starztel and house keeping of tired whole family “ill be IfS.'s" when the Self-Employed. I guess Fmester. come a J..time.Consulting cat1on. The1e'llHalvey LOUGHEAD. 1932 Inc. in the Pinetum—S. G. Virginia Director. Executive COOPER. listed haveService that youForests. Unknowns of theOffice one offE.. Regional check canWilliam "You Hile Upper Darby. Penna. the of the in is (Spud) to the day.at Congratulations the next me on" Nov. 18 and U.partS. ofForest night withgr'onth He spenton the School its continued Fmests. U.U.S. S.F.F. S.. NationalDevelopment. Alabama Supe1visor. A. Forest GRUMBINE A.(ieo1ge Equipment charge In Fo1ester K. SCHAEFFER. “Daln near foigot about this. Was cleaning up all my pape1 Wotk p1epa1atmv to gettim.’ away on a P.detailW.. toAsst.Washington and luckily TILLMAN. State Forester. N. C. found Dept. 1t"of Cons. Devel. 1933 Display Fixtures (311.. Inc. President,Forester. J. C..Consulting ISLAKENEY. IL. A. HAFER. U. S.timeSoilto Conservation Conservationist. Unit R. J., I Work SEI'I‘Z. Forestry wonderful theService. overthrough intend to take I State Raleigh. go toorganixed “Every buildings the new the notlookbeenaround. folksfirsthave youThetime plant Field attended I ago tohavebe shown InearwantMorganton I have College. chanceatNursery possibleEdwards asDayyet.held many sawin years. weeks several Ralph the at himgetting withoffand haven'tthis talked and I Even wasmakethemit more. Kmstian Dr.sony Even the oldmeboys. ofEnclosed shoes put will can't I bucks. 2 my for the chaps :1 IIIIIP while longer.‘ I!!!” Work.Corp.Clemson College. Extension W. J..E. Leader. BARKER. Masonite Supervisor. Mgt.Forestry E.. District CHATFIELD. of Con. & Dev. Dept. C. N. Forester. H., B. CORPENING. Corporation. Masonite Forester. F. H.. F.Asst1-1.,Chief HUBE, Dept. of U.Con.S. &D. Dev. C. N. Forester. District LEDBETTER. Conservationist. WoodlandUtilization JR... Forest CARROWR.. T..Chief. PROUT. Walton U. S. F.A. S. sometime this spring, Research. SMITH. a 25th reunion to organize trying cabin and Ibackare woods "Corpening on nature!" whereofweourcanclassmeditate near Asheville. at some probably 88

1935 BISHOP. Harold 19.. Consulting Forester. Bishop Bros. Enforcement, U. S. Management of Branch Chief, D., John FINDLAY, Fish and Wildlife Service. Branch. U. S. D. A. & Organization Classification IL. Chief. ThomasI get. CARDINER. I'm learning." have to say. Maybe less I Forester. “NothingAOlder FL. Consulting (2.water JACKSON. the I’inetum. the last since than mill more theit took gonemeover has of lot “A off and shakeFebruary toLast months four am! with up caught pneumonia is atitcontinuing She 16. 1958. August Lee wasin married circulation. back into get her work atJanuary WCUNC and Nancy will graduate June 1959.ofon the Her husband is a senior Guilford and Association Forestry C. N. president elected was I 1958. In College. my thedutiesforestry have kept me inin contact with manyis ofin the as well asOur N. C. Margaret juniorStatehighCollege schoolforestry here in grads Washington. youngons doproblems grow up fast!" University. State Mississippi Forestry. of Prof. (1.. Edward ROBERTS. must than think I amC. State a stinker-never you money, but consider, Miss. State is "You fara short poorer so I hosts must tousesending pennies here. Hube and Chatfield here timeonceagoN.a when webutwere themySouthern Forestry Group. Iwere see Hube it was thehim—he first time Iaged—of hadHardwood seencourse ChatfieId—I (the fact Tom ofperhaps thePricematter is year. I didn't recognize has I send haveyouthink not.)another Our boy had many kind things to say about N. C. State. May we one like him‘.’ Cliff Comfort is Ranger on the Ililoxi Unit. Felix Czabator is with the Southern Station." STINGLEY. J. M.. Consulting Forester. WRIGHT. HarryI amR., inForester—GS-lz. NationalWasForests, U. S. here F. S. Sept. 22 from “Well, here the greatMgt. StateTexas of Texas. transferred Blairsville. Ga.. Ga. as aTech. Resource Assistant on Supervisor‘s staff. I Myoncouldn't son. Anthony, age 16.to goentered this {allhavetomade studymeaeronautical engineering. him to State which would very happy. My Wife and other 2 persuade boys are {ugly o o1[iny."Lufkin and we are planning to buy a house. This is really pine country—~mostly 1936 S.C.S. U.S.D.A. Conservationist. W. AIKEN. “Looks as ifC..it.theWoodland old school will amount toin something yet. Afteras 22in years I guess I woulda not recognize Hope the school grows to go engineer." in about a year. He‘s too facilities smart to asbe fast a Forester.students. however.I‘llhe have wants toboybeready a chemical HUDSON, S K. Manager, Timber Operations. Container Corp. of America, NEASE. Allen D.one Consulting Forester and Pulpwood Dealer. "Hope every is prosperous.‘ VASS, Missionary.youBoard of past Worldseveral Missions. “I haveJohn not S..heard as youBelgian have Congo. been sending my Decatur. Ga, from andarrived it wasforinnotthetheforwarded to meyears inNewthe Helen and Imailandwetoourexpect threetochildren States (landed Orleans,niceLa.) July again 22nd. and be here in Chattanooga until next June.at well. It is Ireally to beontohome following a four year term in the Congo. If all goes am planning visit the sometime next ofyear. shall since try andwe make it aroundI hope Commencement possible. ISchool have not seenwhenany thebeI'boys' to see a fewtime.afterit the first ofWELSH. January traveling quitereturned, a bit." but Landis H..I I shall Industrial Sales Rep.. Dillard Paper Co.in Wilmington. Don't believe "After 22 years saw Prof. Wyman on the street here heRaleigh. recognized me at first. He was visiting at Carolina Beach. We operate a division in so will probably see you all in the future." 1937 DAVIS. Paul District. I... Manager. The L,International N. Davis. Co. CASH. Dan. Supervisor, Paper Co. Blake!mmed up to 2 teenagers 1 adult. Oldest now a Estate hme J.. Realchildren Amilfliesi'i (.ERLOCK. “Time really Georgia.‘ of University at senior HOWERTON. M., JR.,of progress ConsultingStateForester. “(Iratifying toT. know is making, especially in School of II'orestry." MATHEWSON. Clark, Mgr., Wood Procurement. St. Marys Kraft Corp. "Nothing new—‘cept l have area Forester in Moultrie. Ga." an N. C. Man working with meiCarl Sewall. He is my TROXLER. Lloyd W.. Owner-Operator. Farm "Nothing to report.of Still have a. team wife.Machinery. think of you folks at the college a lot.new football for2 boys. beatingStillCarolina." WHEELER, W.RealH..proud Land andourTimber Agent. Carolina Power Light Co. 89

19118 Campbell‘s Nursery. S.. Owner-Manager. CAMPBELL, Company. Sales Dixon Owner. DIXON. D.RoyC..James S. D. A. sound good. I have 3 potential U. Advance. Home Farmers 0.. EAKER. school inis growing. “it seemsnow.thatWiththe interest is now, l'm sure there are plenty of like it plans woodland Future foresters openings." HENRY. Milton. Mgr. & Owner Pulpwood Producers the above, I am now in business C0.for myself. Will let you know how see from you next "Asdoing i'm year." l“. S. Forest. N. Forester, 13.. Administrative HUBBARD. Hofmann Supt. ofC.Sandhill Paper Co., Halifax Forester. J. L..James HUFF, Forestry Co. Consultant, Jr.. Forestry J..Executive Walter MARSHBURN. Navy. S. U. Officer. M.. Robert. NELSON, Yale an M. F. atretireI received H. W.sinceLullandandexpect to Raleigh backin the “I've to remain ever a pilot‘38. assince Navy andneverI‘vemaybeenbeen '39 which inment and fouruntilboys." daughter old year 16 a Have two. or year a in come College. State C. N. Housing. Student of Director 8.. N. WATTS. this year. but had a conflict and couldn‘t make it. This year"Hadhas planned been a tobusyattend year Rolleo as usual." 1939 Products. Beasley Lumber Owner. 1... 20Jr..year BEASLEY. of lSISSIihope we'll have a reunion." for00..Class anniversary “1959 H.willT..W.make Inc. companyiBasil Bed Athens President. Jr.. FRYE. Timhyfill Class of 11158.” in our State man N. C.Hughes a newOwner. “We now D.havePerry. Market. HUGHES. Co. gun." & Papera paint Pulppushing Virginia West Forester. District M.. Ted JOLLAY. now Working in our district 1958. is Forester. "CharlesColeC. L..Hills.Consulting PAGE, ‘State' that hear to Glad good. is Business stone. grind the at still "l‘m year."Division of Forestry. is still progressto send next photo Forester. to have ing. Will tryRobert Virginia W.. aDistrict SLOCUM. prove it. Busines. is about the same couldn't at all.thebutfamily thanas ofnot now. better is end. "Guess and ever atlatethis asWALKER. Paper Co. E. M.. Area Forest Supt.. internationalis fine." 1940 S. Army. U.Hood) W.. Lt. Col.. Ralph BRAKE. Leaven-in weeks school for 16Arrived to leave "l expect Ft.Ft. Hood here attoat receive 13 months'59hadtour. a January forin inGermany. to(Ft,Korea gomonths thena 38here and'58 will worth Comthestaygood tour after January battalion it. The with longerfortune sure wish thatand1I could arrival andadministration manda offinea battalion of thean best the of Hope maintenance—one training. record inonappreciate has have to letter. news nice your in info the all certainly I Division. family the park Will Korea. in tour my after again campus old the see to opportunity or so."Co. and a half Paper the next forForest San Antonio. inGIBBONS. Supt..yearinternational Area W. E..ofTexas and Northeast. North Alabama operations all Gulf ”Have charge to inTuscaloosa moved wrote. Just i last Woodlands sinceRegion twice Moved Mississippi. located."from Jasper. Alabama centrally more now Office thing. same the doing was i where Dealers. i’ulpwood Morgan Turnell Forester. R.. Ben HARLEY, LEE. K..andForest Appraiser.liestEquitable regards.“Life Assurance Society. lessA.. pictures. newsMathew "NoRalph MATSON. Jr..business." Self-Employed. “Still inJohn the greenhouse U. S. i). A. i“.. Soil (‘nnserrationisl. NliiRO. 1941 B. L. S. 1". life just beginning at 40." Supervisor. Forest V.. (iraham CHAMliiJil‘}. swimmingiwith boating,& Box fishing.Lumber working. “Eating. sleeping. Co. Life Assurance Society. McK.. West Peter CROMARTIE. Equitable Loans, Timber Manager. F... Richard HUFF. Paper Co. international Supervisor. District FL. John McIVER. job." same and outfit same the with “Still SPIKER. l"..hospital Lt. COL.on U.S.M.C. foot. He should broken toboneget inouthisthere a awhile with at present Okinawa in the is Ted “Ted takes mail as him. for in this sending l'm soon. out with beHope hear luck he will be home soon. and appreciate your taking time to letandusback." from you. John A. D. S. U. Service. Con. Soil C. N. Forestry. Jr.. E.. WIGGINS. find fitit however, I sees a thelot; Legislature keeps meI travelling My work standarray the same still at with “I am that hope problems. of varied a interesting very buildingof need for ofthe thenewSchool building.andTheexpansion general forestry approve theone funds the growth of theforbesta tonewindications isto certainly Carolina." State ofof North importance Forestry ConsultingtheForester. WILSON,andS. itsLeigh. 90

1942 DOUGLASS. Ross 8.. theForestry Extension Specialist. Ag. Ext.. State College. “Everything about same him. here. Sure miss sorryhimto hear will not be the same without We'll very about much." Prof. Slocum. The school HOFMANN. Julian C...theForester. Habfax Paperolder Co. and "Everything about same. Just a year tireder, The space makes8.. me shudder.Middletown Hello to Paper everyoneProducts. and come see us."energy of our four KATZ. cadets Hyman. Partner. LEYSATH. Elwin F.. County Forester. Dept. of Forests Parks.If I State of Vermont. "I guess one itofsure. thoseI who miserably last 2K:year.bucks~so don't this back right off.it. No I'llI was forget guessfailed havetothe I putsenditbeenaside and forget news from this end. NoI todidn't additions theby family. l andhaven't lately. but sometime when I go I hope circle around Raleigh drop in. l South trust I'll be welcomed.“ I’RUITT Austin A.. Area Foi",este1 The Champion Pape1 & Fibre Co. "The old schoollikeseems be really gettingthe11psame in theold world. guessmoreI'd know what the now. towood We're just indoing plusDon't a moving few things. openedplaceup looks a mechanical ya1d Elbe1ton this vealjob meplanting a bitWeof and pulpwood in apreparation towardtwo cleaning upandand 11111quitethebottomland inl1a1duood pine. Ed Lane is having big time with beagle pups and it looks like leorgia lobbits arc going to catch it this fall." 1943 I‘I'I‘HERIDGE. N.. letter Pulpwood Dealer.gladN.to C.learn Pulpwood Co.the interesting plans for the “Enjoyed theJames Alumni and am future. Enclosed is a snapshot of my family; they areabout growing faster than a good stand ofMARTIN. loblolly J,pine." D.. 1...Forester. Flack-Jones Lumber ('11.. Inc.Paper (‘11. SHOUIS. Joseph District Supervisor. international WILLIAMS. John I“.. Forestry (‘onsultant. 19H HOLCOMBE. Robert A..week Chief.lately, Product Dev. Section. Eng. lives Co. “Ileenme.likeas old home Discovered FredTimber Hartman than “_- mile frnm well as about 25 other N. C. Statethat grads. out throughless collecting tributions for N.C.S. Fund.not Sawin the Dick Mahone inFound Williamsburg long ago.of conHe is as healthy asAlsoever.sawAlumni although same condition astheywhentouredanotmember the 'fcarless five.‘ J. C. Jones and George Smith when our laboratory recently. duty for :Talked 1 years."to Doug I’arramorc who is now back with tho navy in D. C. after sea 1947 BARTON. William J.,Technical Asst. Forest Supervisor. UnionForest Hag-(lamp ~y School,Paper Corp. Guatemalan Director Jayour11..Ranger HARDER. “We have School established anal have summer campv'you think it getsDealer-Owner. hot in Durham Co.!" finlshed first semester and tropical Pulpwood Douglas HOUSE. “Everybody is wellT.. and happy here. Sure would enjoy seeing more of the boys of '47." 1948 University.sincc January '5t~. I hope to be DukeEconomics Student. Clarenceon143.a Jr., BLACKSTOCK. in Forest Masters working “I haveby been print." in is this time the through Lumber (iray E.mon Forester. C.. It. (Whitey was in Oct. 1 for a short(‘11.visit. He did comment then. however.) BOYETTIC. "No comments!" U. I'\eS. Marine 1 1. timeMajor. Nevin DAYVAULT, “It Ive has been :to1 long seenonlyorCorps. heard nine fiommonths school. ofIt thehas lastbeentheeVenyearslonge1on since been (ii\e Raleigh. Insincefact. the east coast. myResearch regauls to amIveofTexas the spent fenTlansportation who might r'emembel mc. FRANKLIN. B. D. Assistant. institute "At present. I teach Strength of Materials l ; time. 1eseaIeh timeOurand si.\carrymonth‘~_> full student load-grads. This is. andby inspection 1: >1 demand "_- .1 I.at :least11, ‘.17. time. old daughter. Mary Katherine. my wife Eloise. or full time. To write: Double-time (1'. 47 Attorney “4) is dilliclllt to maintain ICARD. At Law. ()\\'11Forester. Ii‘irm.Do _\o11 realize ~:1d intinitum!" SELTZER.Thomas Edward1..l".. General N., Cabarras County SOLOW. Robert Manager. Allegheny Lumber Company. ”Our4.daughter. was born July 18th.football 1958. We basketball have two boys. Ricky. '1'. and (iarv. aleCindy futureEllen. potentials for State‘s still with BothAllegheny 11nd I’lywood as General11ndManager and teams enjoys. . his. Bobworkis very much" Mrs.lie1lS. M1.L11mbe1 ZUCKERMAN Associate Professor. llniu-rsity of Massachusetts. get downto start to N.a C.course Stateinbefore longattoourviewschool." your Nematology sectionmplans arc“Hope in theto making this field 91

1919 American Pulpwood Association. Forest Engineer. A..Scientist. James ALTMAN. U.S.F.S. Soil J.. R. ALVIS. Co. He says he sends Va. Pulp Buyer. Art-hie (3..ClassForester. CRAFT. company. with &thePaper inW.Mullins herebucks." isthedownthree '50, Timber of with Edwards. ’toAreaheck'Supt.. regards. his"Acie PaperfeetCo.to shod. you sound like you need the International J. but1’..winter HARPER. little eight and coming with "Even this. but thought get “Jones" Usually we do.me. soas find than from Harper. Mrs. J.to P.handle pretty often." see himCape you herein! you T.hear let more I‘d$2.00 Paper Co. Dist.. Dist, Supervisor. .Ir.. Chief HASELL. KR.to Co. Line International CoastIndustries AtlanticusingFear Forester. wood J.M..Fred. JOHNSTON. Have territory. Line Coast re-locating on working still “Am turpentining. also a little recently in Ca. and Fla.. recently slash nicepinetimber abouta few learnedWe much hope and about etc. whenmorein Drop toin have our surplus lands. with the salesalesof oti‘some,ACI.of lands permits,had along time have asWilmington." Southern Plywoods.wasInc.by here not too long ago. Still T.. Production Wade JONES. not tooSupt.. yes. liut “Late.developed head. Oh yes. our third child. Mary Elizabeth. top ofDr.hisKaufman on late. anv‘2hope hasn't "seedlings June last arrived Co. and Alabama. We are Catawba Forester. District stant As. H.. Sam LONG. Tennessee years ofTimber after nine Carolina North in back in Newton with Catawba “We arelocated Timber happily and the see you Carolina get over ofto Bowaten hope a tosubsidiary and in.)(‘o.. classmates formerNovember several(Early have tooseenlong." Corp. lbefore was he school Manager. Rome Charcoal Corp. General Manager. Robert R..I... General NONEMAN.Walter PARHAM. ample have not did but load. bus a planned had We us. on up slipped Rolleo the "Sorry notice " Right of Way Engineer. N. C. State Highway Commission. advance WEST. to all of the old folks." regardsUniversity. (live ourSyracuse the letter. “ThanksPaulforM..Fred Student. H. WHITFIELD, Paper & Fibre Champion VVYNNE. that of boys a(To.couple Champion. gettingForester. Clemson hereTom.upat Conservation still0.grow "Am will Forestry at State progress The Have to bewithforcsters. sensealongnot fine with enough hope ISchool encouraging." is most Forestry. of Division Va. Chief. Fire District FL. T. YANCEY. picked both we seems It August. in there down was I when you see to get didn‘t I “Sorry quarters. new the through me take to a vacation. timelikeforrunning the sameit was the Holl'man Forest with Mustain and Stanton."Hy line in you a cruiseI needed myself 1950 Paper (Torp. RiegelChampion Area Mgr., F... Asst. RobertMartyn BOYl‘lTTE. Paper & Fibre Co. Forester. District J., CAVANAUGH. Airlines. Inc. American James DEE. Corporation. Meadtime ThePilot. Forester. Joeto J..T..get Commercial EVANS. for a tour of the school. enough time have and some Raleigh to hope “I compared as now lay—out complex ItRicksseemsHalltojustbe aa rather back." West Coast Telephone toCo.the simple arrangement of few years Engineer. (‘onstruction Curt. FURR. Paine NCOLakeClub.Ballroom appearing currently are we and band dance the have still "I at attheactstheSilver we areof the nights and Sundays. on Fridays Everettof town Field. come through. that Rodeos some with appear timesthen.weSaturday Other here. now smith just this in and Fairs the of most play We and shows TV few a play our but successful. too not were label Aqua the on records four state. Our time. full latest go into thisMy type I may like label looks Crystal on thefirst release great is girldoing familyof thing Forestry. or had Telephone eithera winner. than lucrative more much It is trying name a addition. another Just make. I everything of out me eat to and enterpromising a like looks and now. old years 4 almost is Polly Anne along line and helps me a great deal in my business. Theof Jawea Claire. Barbara tainer. evenofknow I probablyin won't interesting. soundslost very you mentioned programIis seegetting expansion '50. the class of nearly everyone again.SharpI have when place the then." and track now Forests and Finisonit Forester. I do hear T.from Co.of Forestry. Shasta FL.J.. Deputy (iLUNT. GREEN. H. Pest Control Forester. N. C. Div. HARE. It. J.. Area Manager. Halifax Paper C. . LAMPIC. John Production Engineer.Co.Poinsett Lumber and Mfg. Co. MOORE. M. 5..C..(E.Willis Hines OVERBY. Manager,Lumber Halifax Paper Co.. Inc. "All's wellIt.James here.“Area U.S.F.S. Districtin Ranger. IL.a course PADGETT. “You better start Forest Recr 'Itiontourists for theanyprospective employees. We can hardly see the trees more. AlsoU. youS. Forest need a. Service course onPASCHAL how to build a cheap ‘outhouse'Paschal whichforLumber looksthe expensive William J.. l'artner. Co. and 'blends in with the woods.‘ " 92

PHELPS. William Robert. PlantforPathologist, United Company. is my Icontribution variousweekand and sundrythenFruit purposes. A lot ofAmerica things arefor happening"Enclosed around getfinally. my Ph.D. next Central several years. I got here. married. in ofAugust to a niceI will littletryredoiltotoblooded American Wisconsin girl. Nothing else has happened any interest. get byto allRaleigh shipping out of New York the end of this month. However. time goes just too before fast. Give my regards to everyone." PIERCE. William I... District Fire Chief. Virginia of Forestry. “We hadDock an H..addition to theCanal family March 12. It wasDivision a boy and maybe a future forester." PRICE. Forester. Wood Corp. RHYNIC. Herbert Thomas H..8.. Jr.. District N.C.F.S. SMITH. U.lastS. ofForester. Army. camejustCapt.. by bigthe enough He isin!stillOnlyin had the aArmy on hisas awayclassto Iran.('liig' My Smith doorbutwas toSept.let him minuteand tois Visit was calling. really enjoyed the moment.) WHITT. Thomas W.. H..AreaUnitForester. Can Company. WILLIAMS. er.Continental International Paper Co. Inc. WILKINSON,William James M.. DistrictFor-esForester. Masonite Corp. I951 COUSINS. Charles. Production Lumber Co..the Inc. “It'sit'.’goodSome to ofbe them back in N.planning C.Manager, I hateto Lea that I missed Did many of our class make were be there. Hope to seeRollco. you soon." ETCHISON. Philip from IL. Assistant Ranger. Siuslaw National Forest. U.S.F.S. at Maple"I've transferred District Engineer at Helm. Oregon. Assistant ton. Oregon. This isthatinteresting country.would We should cutprofitable aboutto90-95 millionjobRanger onhere.this Lots districtof this year. I think some student find a summer slash burning (luring the summer. Would be nice to see some N. (7. State We seem to getfromForesters from all over the Northeast. but it's been quite a men whilearound. since I've seen any N.C.S." MAS’I‘EN. James (2.. Manager. Acme Wood Corp. "It is good to hear from you. as always. and learn of the continued progress of our Alma hands‘ Mater. who All offorce.us higher can be I?! justlyeducation proud ofdown our fine Forestry School. as well asdear theole‘‘hired us ‘ignurnt' soles. Bell‘ us pushinginteresting—as pulpwood procurement weather‘Carolina makes thingshasadditionally usual. I thinkall wethearemoregoingandto theopenweta ‘mud-barge' line directly to the Itiegcl Mill." MEACHAM. Frank, Area Forester. Halifax Paper Co. MILLER. JoeWilton H.. District Sales Manager. Reichhold Chemicals, Inc. MITCHELL. I’.. I’ulpwood Dealer. Self-Employed. ItEID. James Jr.. Prospecting Co. least half of my time in in looking the R..crushed stonebuilding businessEngineer. and likeSuperior it hope fine. Stone the"Still woods road toSpend plantaatabout of Loblolly and Slash I’ine on F”forcompany landContainer thismaterial. year. Corporation HaveWe also acquired son as100of acres last March." RENFRO. James Forester. of America. still thein lircwton with theContainer. I are finallyI still building homemounhere. as “I'm theofjob. hunting. and timber isMyjustwife too andgood to allleave. miss a those tains U.N.C.. but the (latwoods are looking better to me of the time." ROWE. A. l“..William Jr.. Asst.PL. Cashier. First. National Halifax Bank. Paper Co.. Inc. SCHOLTES, Field Representative SHILIJNG. R E. Unit Forester. International Paper CoElectric Co. SKAARUP. Engineer, Western "Regards Donald toAllen all 1"F..A.. Construction STECHER, Plantnewsy Supt..letter. Randolph Furniture Co. be very proud of their School “Thanks for your very N. C. should ofwithForestry. Congratulations to10. Drs. Maki andState quite busy homebarbehere a family of fireiSandy Terry 8.feelMary 4.lietbel. MikeSure 2.WeandareTommy 6 mos.at Your oue lunch at Rolleo sure makes a guy homesick. barbeque around Cecil here."C.. Forester. Coastal Lumber Co. wish we could get some good WILLOUGHBY. 1952 BENNETT.James JosephI).. W.. Asst. DistrictDevelopment Forester; Hiwassee Land Co. CROOK. .Ir.. Equipment single.soon. still Keep broke.making still happy. see noSpecialist. reason for anyIt's ofwonderful!" those circumstances to "Still be altered all Itegis thatandPaper progress over there! GRESHAM. Homer H.. Forester. St. Co. HINSHAW. Joebehind 8.. District N. C.am Div. ofonForestry. ”Fmsamea year on about thisForester. report. but stillcourse—but the sameI am job. now in thein same place.house. with the family-ma son 4 and Gaye of my own This is onold!a I4':don‘tacredo‘i'arm' onlydays." of tree plantations and a garden. I must be Ratting much consisting fishing now I'IUGHES. Samuel M.. probably, Assistant Areaallow Manager. Riegel I'aperfor Corp. "Too late to classify but my good wishes the continued growth of the School.in theDon'tswamp see much of the him. '52 boys Johnhasn't Leroyincreased was by since one day. lost and missed Familyanyis more. fine and '57."but I was 93

Lumber Co..Va.Inc.Division of Forestry. Mebane Fire Clyde V..A.. Jr..Jr.. District JACKSON. John JACKSON, at Bntner. Hospital Wash. StateChief. I... E..Forest LANE. Carl State Dept. Forester, Management FarmManager. Steven LEWIS. priworkasis farm My same of Natural State Washington the for work “I worktimberis thevolumes My Resources. onDepartment with somanagement marily acreI The tremendous here.is woodlands. outprivate fewherefarmers have butforwea while. forestry.meconcerned about. home per to orwrite something really timber the ()ut threw you but South. the out boys the take can you goes. saying the As N.C. old miss sure out of theFor.boys." can't takeR.theA..South Res. Institute, FAQ of U.N. l’rod. Consultant. MOORE. S. Army. l"..late U.picture. Donald Capt. months . 5 , now school Army another attending I'm no but boys. three ”Have ]PETERSEN. ong." Robert (L. Ass't. Post Forester. Civil Service. U. S. Army. REYNS. Co. class physical planti Brunswick-Bnlke-Collender Foreman. R.. General Vincent.as though ROSS, a first are strivingtheforaddress. down you folks “It ofsounds job change made a occasionally. can youthere AsWhite thesolegislature. best get I together wepotential and alsosee weupfromhere is now Dick good. so far andwith yearluck this stump jumpers to two have so February. last addition another had We perpetuate the profession." 1953 Bank. Expt. Sta. Land Forest Federal Bank Appraiser. l’. W.. Land ADAMS. Southeastern Forester. R.. ofResearch Mackay BRYAN. good have Aa pretty School.N. C.We State. in progress the all hear to glad "I'm few rugged one from singleForestry not a the but year." 21 men. nowr with men check force of fieldshould next us individuals Hiwassell Land (‘o. Superintendent. NurseryConstruction Robert1)..F... Owner. DORWARI).James Company. GARMAN. Service J.Representative. Rob. Sales. JENKlNS. Lumberof Co. I‘. Hamer Forester. R..(‘ounty Robert KEILING, Forestry. Forester. MCGEE. aC. boyDiv.‘2. months andN. Enterprises. old,Forest 2 years haveH..a(3..girl "We nowEdwin Dept. C.old."I‘rison N.while ofboys Manager John WESSELL. in(70.Raleigh." visit and by stop the of any have to glad “Re Furniture Armstrong Manager. Assistant H.. Larry YOST. so here I am in West to go to South Carolina. too poor to go to Virginia. (by“Too(iod)proudVirginia." 1954 in Norway. on Fulbright Studying James. Harold W.. ANDERSI‘ZN.Thurston N. (3.andPulpAward Forestor. District ARNOLD. seen 1 have once it is growing. the Co.degree school at improvements the of hear to ”Good Hoffman got and even down here from school of theandboysBryant. aDrs.few Miller quite 2 children HaveForest. not theto fires. but over management. Still enjoying toandseeexpecting soon." another U.S.l’.$. Forester. Research I’.. James BARRETT. tosaysdo I am planning can't find no girlandthatpoorwants cause Iinternal still ain't married “I work My boss surfaceme. soils all right getting along is drainage. feetll I hope everyone site index 250drainage to raisewiththepoor wants mein areas he State." atRIDEAUX. Church. Methodist 0.. Rene Co.Point in August." GlobebackFurniture Manager. . Regional M.. .I area William BLAN'I‘ON. to High came andRegional Globe. forPentucket last year Sales York New the “l workedJoseph Jr.-—Sr. Science .l.. Jr.. DERRO. teaching I amI now andHigh. lumber business wholesale lefthightheschool I have Teacher. years nearly infour ”Afterscience am enjoying Massachusetts. Northern in regional new a general looked my principal When change hesooner. made thecourses. andandonlysawwishall Ithehaddendrology it tremendously if Ithatdid covered to know wanted my transcript over except gang; old the of many from heard not Have dendrites! of study the Comcouple' bags of peanuts from Grey Moulthroup. courtesy of Union Bag-Camp Paperreceive apany. James I...R.. JI..Engineering. GOLDNER. Forester.Furniture Corp. Dist.llroyhill Ass‘t.Plantations. Malcolm HOLMES. estone " Branslav. LALICH. & Fibre Paperlives, Championbachelor R.. Jr..l areAsst.stillArealivingForester. LANE. observing several AfterCo.consideration. two beautiful l‘ruitt “AustinEdward My out' advice the I'm‘staygetting I believe this past toyear.recedeifrankly. couplesand newly-wed consists Myof ‘family' bald! worth continues hairline receding this yearof varied/~most and steady is Work pups. beagle acquired recently two foresttimeholdings." our my ofBank. re-inventory and a Federal salessawtimber to hardwood been devoted has Land Appraiser. liank Land Jr.. R.. Walter LANGLEY. Student. State University. Steve. MESSENGER. Mortgage l".. Michigan RAPER. Hope to Co.see you soon.‘ time to time.Insurance old crowd from Travelers of the Representative. See a few Loan life is ().K. “CivilianCharles 94

SEWELL. Carl S.andAreaI find Forester. Marysin Kraft Corp.piney woods of southwest Georgia. "Another an. 1957. "elfSt.back the deep moved downNowyear herehavein aDecember Seems that every timeApril I live25.in1958. Georgia increases. second old.forester. Kenneth T.. our myfirstthefamily little ‘woodpecker' is now 3 years Appreciate the younewsborn as though ole school is setting the woods afire in progress. Hope all letter. have asounds successful school year.” THRASH. ' l ' . l... U. 8, Forest Service. "After 4 years finally talked my wife into having a second child. lhlhy girl. ‘Rnndy.’ born June 5.1958." WELLS. J. J.. land. Asst. building Area Forester. “Still roads. keeps sellingbiting timber.harder The andfamilyharderis stabilized at a girl. and a tools boy.buying woodworking and I continue to add5. more to4. theTheshop tospent satiatea bug it.weekPlanof toour compete Drexel Furniture the shop complete. We vacationwithcamping with the when Charley1 consider Rapcrs this summer." WRIGHT. Ernest IL. Jr.. Forester. U.S.l".S. 1955 BROWN. Joseph l£.. Field Representative. Halifax Paper Company. CHAPMAN. John F.. Unit Supervisor. U.S.F.S. COBB. Fields Jr.. but Research in Forest Pathology. Stateof Christmas Univ. presents. "Sorry this isW.. so late I had Ass‘t to save pennies to buy aPenn couple Now new year has I guessmy can send along what few pennies was left inthatthethepiggy hank. l wasbegunmarried lastareI May Woodburg. Conn. to thethereformer Now.a wePh.D. living24 ininin Forest State College. Pennsylvania where IOctania started H.mySmith studiesof inthatSept.town.toward degree Pathology." DALLERY. Edgar I... Forester. S. C. Comm. of Forestry. GALLUP, 1.. Edward. Project Owner-Manager. HARDY, I... Jr.. Service of Forestry. in a Seed Tree Study." “Went tol’. work VirginiaForester. in June.Va.AmDiv.presently HIATT Elbert l...forEngineer-Quality Control. Gravely engaged Furniture Co. HILL. Noble 142., Forestry Assistant, Hiwassee Land Co.North Alabama bushes have a limited “Still have one wife. no acre and no mule. These number of desirable acres and mules.” LARKEY. Bobby .l.. Ass‘t District Ranger. U.S.F‘.S. MALMQUIST. Quentin A.. Supervisor of Bulldozing. Excavating & Logging. MOULTHROI‘. (irayden 1%.. Va. Sales Representative, Union Bag-Camp Paper Corp. RAND, Leroy 1",. Quality Control Eng. & Wood Technologist. ROBINSON. John 1",, Forest Technician. International Paper Co. SEAMAN. I.t.. USMC. “It appearsEmilfromH., the1st above .etter that the school is growing rapidly. .\ few years has certainly Please givemademy changes. regards toI noted all." no mention of Prof. Carter. I trust he is still with us. TESTER. Lt. John W.. Pilot &PulpSad.andAdjutant for SAC, now. USAF.Maybe we can get back for “Looking for a position in InduStry the ‘Loggers llrawl‘wife.sometime nearPaper is getting look worse by the day. and wesome(my Lois) arein inthe anxious tofuture. get backTexas to the andto forgrass have seen beautiful country the past three years. but 'tree wesee pine thecountry.‘ land of We the loblolly. Best wishes to all the stall‘ from the Testers. and we'll you soon!" 1956 CURTIS. R.. Research U.S.F.S. “At theIt Willie National meetingseeing ofForester. the S.A.F‘. inwithSalthimLakeagain. City.OnI November met and talked withI had Dr. Bryant. pleasure the pleasureofwasArizona ofa representing N.andC.attalking State College atmytheregards inauguration of14.please the1953,eleventh President State College Flagstaff. Give to all and accept my apologies for the delay in replying to your letter. The old saying 'lietter late than never' undoubtedly holds true in this case." DOZIER. IL. Community Va. l’ulp “I wasforWilliam verythehappy ofForester. theForestry newW.school andPapertops evenCo.inmoremy ofbook.the Have cil'm'ts runto prepare future.torecently. N.knowC. State Schoolsetup is still into several ofState lives 30Hotlman miles across thelookswamp. This low country Southboys Carolina hasPaulsomeCarson places that only make Forestday. nice. enjoying my work in wood procurement. It presents a challenge every Hope toI am see soon." Wilson. Forester. You HORTON. S.C.F.S. “The missing of this this had sheetup.washowever. devouredhe seems by mytolittle son.on Mark. age 19 months. I assure you the we part are notand thrive paper. cigarette butts. roaches. and like. who am I to changeGilmer his menu. WePaulare Carson. getting along fine—there's still just the three State-Carolina gameofandus~the had a jobgreatis great. time. Hope to Green. see you soon." and l went to the 95

Forester, Leonard KlLlAN, same monlh. and gotN.C.F.S. year of thismustered AprilWatershed S. inJr..now! to U. A., ”Returned with now girli and amSame in August service that of‘hitched‘ Williams—Kilian Laura piedmont keep thepine.out is toVirginia job Was Myplanting Service. N. C. Forest Wowll“from becoming part of the coastal means it if plainieven MARTIN. Allen Lee. Lt.. Army. course. of water. stump the woodsiwith the me give Armyfijust the with fine is “All year. Horton tells me he has really got it by May theof oldnextboy." itknowing to beS. back Hope with he has,Timber C.ibetroughing made & PaperandCo.safety." Forester.sales,W. Va. Sales timber Robert J..newJr..duties MILLER. publicPulprelations include location: "Same John G.. Service Forester, Va. Div. of Forestry. SWIFT. U.S.l".S Ranger. E.. Jr..fromAss'ttheDist. James WEBB. in July. it was great District Ranger Chcooh the to Croaton transferred was “I mountains! to get back around schoolin mythe best regards."We are expecting our first child in January. (live everyone 1957 Co. progress. The boy. eight Newsprint River Coosa L..get Forester, Gordon BUTLER, learn and letter news the to good was "It is fine in spite of what Pierre Riverschool's Coosaof the months. andsays.wife, all there atforschool." regardsfine.to Working Givearemy doing Boulogne Army. S. U. S.. George GIBBS, about I don't hearto much grounds. stomping from the old since news particularly letter and for onthearound "Thanks California. shipped Army the Raleigh. going what’s Mary 3 to News. N. C.. lastme Bern. Pinetum in New wedding aboutI'vemy seen tellingAla..yousince I guess I overlooked Alumni or July in either nothing of lloag. Dell the news." again for ThanksMatthews Service, Forest Vermont Samuel T..goodJr..to Forester, HUDSON. Things school. from news latest the get to and you from hear certainly was “It recognize the old school in there ofandthewefreeprobably really 'booming' indown must beto come. home thewon't the toland years Hall."of the ‘bar' we send our future news fromandKilgore regards andUplookhereforward best U.S.F.S.Oh. it's really not too bad: and I'm afraid I like Forester, Stewart. Jack KELLEY. pocosin. damn this in down still “I'm started here. poor fellow. Libby and 1 now have a boy—born Adams23justpounds. Stanweighs it—a 24—now Aprilalllittle. real soon." He‘s good-looking just like his pin—Ha! i hope to see again sometime you Diamond-Gardner Corp. A.. J.,Technician. RogerPaul NELSON. Army. of August. but Kilgore Hall was dead. We 2nd PICKENHEIM, someoneLt..in U.theS. middle bywayto tosee‘Lost-in-the-woods' “Dropped New Bern to see theis!Kelleys. beingof inmisery—Missouri-——that our on were IN.usedC. thisafterI state we reached untilabout goodalong sowell. neverwordlooked been livingI seein tomarital plunge andthehaveArmy took the April last ‘we.’ the sour however. bliss you describe." to see these advancesis trying someevenday though dropyet,by again Maybe lostI'll me general. hasn't life inForestry me onsince. CILIBERTI. Vito. Chemical Engineer. Riegel Paper Corp. Corp. Paper Riegel Manager. Area Ass’t R.. Wilbur STEVENS. "Still fighting the boys. Have been fishing and hunting quite a bit. Tell everyone hello." STEVENSON, Jameson T..amphibious 2nd Lt.. maneuvers U. S. Army.for a few weeks and I'm seeing a lot of good "We’reAsoutwehere we got a good cross section of the U. S. convoyspecimens." came tooutseehererealin livemotor timber. dendro getting finallyRalph Also. Union Bag-Camp Paper Corp. P.. Conservation Forester. TAYLOE. Bag-Camp Union Aide. Forest Jr.. J.. Miles WHITE, still working hard and like of July 26. 1958.PaperAmCorp. man assoon." now ato married I am Hope get to school Job fine. my"Well 1958 forAlsoBoys. of Science, Masterphysics Chase. Jr..physics. AMBLER. football,:1 swimchemistrySchool lab.job.andAsheville “PresentlyonA. teaching night 40-50 papers life.coaching Nolab.social day a hour 24 campus. the ming—live happier in my life."No ofmoney. to grade—but. never been Syracuse. Forestry. College Student. Graduate H., John DeCOSTE. Co. Paper Bowater Ass‘t. Forester A.. Thomas EAKINS. forester in March. Give our regards to all." another ExpectingAcme well withJr..us. Forester. "All is Ted Woodlittle EARLE a while. Hope to hear from you soon." in Corp. once and Tex every ”1 see ErwinW.,often 96

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Unknown ..............Pond S. Va.C. Con)” JarIatt. Johns Manvillc White .. .. ......... Unknown .......................................... Kansas Manhattan. Unknown ....... ..................................Deceased Va. Richmond 1203. Maple Boise.26.N.Idaho St..Lenoir. Daisy152. . 30!!.. Ave., C. Deceased . Harrisburg. ..Route Box C. N. #1. Mississippi Brookhaven. 758. Box S. C. 2:24 McGhec .'Unkno\In . GIeenIIood . . Ave.. Class of 1940 J.J. L.D. BellAtkins. N. C Davidson.UnknoIIII . Kansas Leav0nonth . Student Detachment. USACGSC.Bo\I.t 35.2 (01, R. W.L. Brake. .. Unknown ...... Cain T'.George . Chaconas N. C. Canton.UnknoIIn St.. Poplar 1108 R.W. E.B. Davis Penna. WaIren. A\'e.. C0utral x Dunn Florence. Ala. Ava.'l‘uscaloosa. 414. North T.W. E.E. Gerber Ala. St.. Read 328 Wood Gibbons.j Elizabethtown. 548. ..an ..... Harley a.l). R.S. Hays N.N. C.C. Div. of Forestry.. Raleigh.Deceased . & DeIoloIImcnt. .. J.S. 0.W. Ingram. Hilton. Jr.. D0pt.. of Conservation Arizona l5. Tucson III\‘d.. AllIro 2/111 . Plains. N.N. J.C. IT Dale Ar..e ...... Karlman Concord. ., BIAl’ompton .......... King R.M.C. I).M.M. Kuhns Penna. St..1003.Kat/.town. [00 White .. La.J. AlexandeIia. 312 EolaOakAIe..DIive. R.P. J.K. Lozier Lee PaIk 3.N.Va. Cliffside Washington 407 . . , . Norfolk Street.Chillicothe. 3813329 Pinedale ...... ,. M.J. F.A. Needham Matson. Jr.. . OhioY. Lane. Plyleys N. Millbrook. . . Nigro J.A. F‘.A. Novitt . . YoIk 5521 Hamilton Place. Maspeth. Long Island,, New Unknown W.Leo E.PerksOdom., Jr. York 54 Louisa St.. liIookhn 18. .New Deceased Perry , L. H.L. Peterson Va. JaIr.ett ManIill0. Johns C.Ernest Unknown . R\I)uln Farm Equipment....... . Roberts C. N. Salisbury. Co.. ............... W.A. O.W.Ryburn Unknown ..... . . . . Simmons lio\ 462. Newton. N. C. R. S. Swanson Class of 1941 Connecticut .StoIIelIedue. Miss. St. Jackson. .1313NorthHazelGranlu'. ., .............. Unknown Carey ..... R.A.G . V.E. ChamlIlee N.N. C.C. Eli'Ia|)ethtow,n IoIest. LakesCo.State . Bladen& Box Fayetteville. W71) Box 0. P. \Vest LIImbeI PE . H.M. Ericson. CromartieJr.. . ....................... Mass. Manchester. Rd.. Neck Old . Va. Blackshurg. . ‘Jll , Gracelyn. Drive. ........ E. GillGoral C.Michael .. Unknown Hattiesliurg. Ave.. SilIeI' South 23rdDrive. 216Valleywood Griffith Md.C. Springs.N.Miss. 12701 Hartman I".T.B. G.’J.1‘. Harris Rapids. Roanoke Driv.e Rightmyer 121 N. Hill. Mars 52. Box .. . . . DeceasedC. ....... Landon. . . . . . R.R.A. E.L.H. Huff Unknown Jolly Unknown . . . . . . Jesse Levine Ga.C. Vidalia, 372. Box 0. I’. ..... J. E. McIveI'. Statesville. Ave._ Santa 422 Ridgeway Picket Lt.Jr. Col. Rosa. N.Calif. Drive. Murdock . , 2475 T.W. F.F.C.Spiker. (‘. . Pines. Southern 1077. Box . Traylor N. Raleigh. 6. Route Drive. Arbutus J.S. E.L. Wiggins. 605 Camellia Circle. Florence. S. C.C. Wilson Jr.

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS For helping to produce the 1959 PINETUM we owe our deepest thanks to: Our readers, who are the reason for the PINETUM, All our contributors, including those who are the sources of our quotable quotes, Shirley Slocum, for her work on the alumni section, Vince LoVIonte for the picture of Professor Slocum, John CuthI1e who has kindly lent mateIial fiom his book, Fables foI Foresters, to half the PINETUVIS in history, The sec-Ietaiies fm theii willing assistancee, Especialh Doctor Br,vant ()III new advisor who has contrihuted much time and eilOIt and shown gleat patience in helping us get hack on the load aftei Piofessor Slocum5 death, And all the others who made this edition possihle. Again to all of \011 and especiall} to the gIadIIating Senior,s thanks and good luck

CARCO WINCHES...AN EFFICIENT TOOL FOR FORESTERS Carco tractor winches used with or ticing Foresters in order to learn at first without a logging arch or log cart have hand current cutting practices and the proved themselves one of the most equipment needs that result from them. efficient tools available to Foresters for As a consequence, Carco winches and harvesting timber. other Carco tractor equipment such as Mounted on crawler tractors or rub- hoists, logging arches and log carts are ber-tired rigs, Carco winches are an engineered and built to do effectively essential part of highly maneuverable the jobs expected of them and to perunits that operate with minimum dam— form dependably with a minimum of age to standing trees and minimum attention and maintenance. expense for access roads. Carco winches are sold and serviced They efficiently and economically by leading tractor dealers everywhere. yard and bunch large or small trees See your nearest Carco dealer for the and reach out to recover logs from in- line pulls and cable capacities of the accessible spots. many Carco models together with their As a pioneer in developing and build- matching tractors. PACIFIC CAR AND ing tractor winches, Carco engineers FOUNDRY COMPANY, Renton, Washhave always worked closely with prac— ington. Branch at Chicago, Illinois. WINCHES FOR ALL INDUSTRIAL TRACTORS

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